In 1972 the US government created a very important act that was set in place to protect some an important part of the ocean’s ecosystems. It’s called the Marine Mammal Protection Act and it was put in place to help give marine mammals a safe haven in the states. This was a huge move for…
The Arctic Ambassador, The Almighty Polar Bear!
Here’s our blog post on the wonderful Polar Bear! Polar Bears are the only bears that are also considered marine mammals.
Polar Bear (Coloring)
Polar Bear Quiz
Polar Bear Fact Sheet
We’ve all heard of a predator before…these animals, usually carnivorous, attack and eat their prey to feed and gain energy. Predators are usually strong animals towards the top of the food chain, and often eat herbivores or smaller predators. But what about the predator at the very tippy top of their food chain? Well guess…
What is a Mammal?
Mammals are a group of animals with many traits that make them different from other animals. We have laid out the main characteristics of being mammal. Endothermic (or “warm blooded”) which means they have a set body temperature. Have fur or hair Give birth to their babies alive, as opposed to laying eggs like fish…
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