|Courage, Courage! I'm a stand-up Guy that needs Courage!|
|Thank Ewe for sharing this Waltz with me, Dear! I couldn't bear missing it!|
Polar bears also communicate to each other using sounds for various occasions. Mother bears make a chuffing sound when they
are anxious about the cubs. They also employ a soft cuff or gentle growl when correcting their cubs. Hissing, lowering of the head, & snorting all signify aggression! Finally, deep growls issue a warning not to come any closer, & loud growls or roars convey real anger!
|Do ewe know that I am communicating Angerrr!|
Polar bears distinctively hunt their food in unusual & interesting ways. First, they participate in seal stalking. Ringed seals are their favorite prey, so with their phenomenal sense of smell, they sniff out their location.While the seal basks on the ice, the Polar bear crawls closer & closer. If the seal looks up, the bear freezes, then continues its quest. At 20 feet, it's pounce time & dinner is served!
|Mealtime is so much fun!( Except for a Cold Bath afterwards)|
|Did ewe know that I can eat 100 lbs of blubber in one setting?|
|"Ewe & me & me & Ewe, So Happy Together!"|
Today, as Ewe live another glorious day above ground, give thanks for ewe-r Good Shepherd! Feed on & enjoy the nourishment that He provides just for Ewe!
"The Lord is my Shepherd; I shall not want. He makes me to lie down in green pastures;... " Ps. 23:1,2a