Category Archives: Polar Bear Emigration

Going Home

Antarctica is wonderful! We see so many beautiful things, both living and inanimate, and enjoy immersing ourselves completely in our day to day activities. It is truly a special thing to be able get so singlemindedly caught up in what … Continue reading

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Whale of a tale

In our blogs we have chatted about all the different parts of what we do and see, talking about the food network of phytoplankton, krill, penguins and seals. The top of the food chain, though, is the killer whale, which … Continue reading

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Sonar: seeing under water

I, Polar Bear BS, have been back in the northern hemisphere for several weeks now.  However, this does not mean my work is done!  As the rest of the polar bears continue to gather information about the life under the sea … Continue reading

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Ollie Builds an Igloo

Hi kids! This is Ollie the Octopus again, guest posting for Polar Bear PC. Today’s post is about how I built an igloo! An igloo is a type of shelter made from snow. It was originally built by the Inuit … Continue reading

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Tracker Cases

Along with programming the tracking units that each of us “polar bears” is carrying, the classrooms built attachment cases. If you were putting a tracking device on a polar bear, how would you attach it so that it was protected … Continue reading

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