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18 April 2015

P Is For Polar Bear Spotting In Florida

During April, we're participating in the Blogging from A to Z Challenge. Every day (except Sundays), we’ll be doing an alphabet themed post starting with “A is for Adventurous” and ending with “Z is for Zinc”. We've got a theme for every letter sorted except for Y. If you have any ideas for the letter Y, please leave a comment or email. 
 
I don’t know if it has to do with climate change or what, but you can find polar bears in the strangest places these days – like Florida. Just in case you don’t believe us, here’s some photographic evidence to prove it. 

These polar bears decided to climb up a tree near a sinkhole at Manatee Springs State Park. Kind of like cats, once they got up there, they couldn’t get down. Lucky for them, we were nearby and heard their cries for help.

Polar Bears Manatee Springs

Sometimes polar bears like to blend into their surroundings. These guys tried to hide themselves next to some white-colored shells at Shell Mound in the Lower Suwanee Wildlife Refuge. But if you look carefully, you can see them.

Polar Bears Shell Mound

These sneaky little devils tried to steal our coffee at Manatee Springs State Park.

Polar Bears Manatee Springs

I think they may have a real caffeine addiction, because not only are they after our coffee, they also tried to steal our sun tea at Ochlockonee State Park.

Polar Bears Ochlockonee State Park 
When we were in Key West, I was worried the polar bears were going to try to hijack a sailboat.


And if the world wasn’t wacky enough, you can also find polar bears in the desert too – click here to see proof.


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16 comments:

  1. I love your imagination! (and polar bears) I'll be back.
    http://liviaquinn.com/blog.html #a2zchallenge

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    1. Thanks Livia! Sometimes, my imagination gets a bit carried away :-)

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  2. A very interesting blog. Those bears were very cute. It it going. I also will be back. See ya.

    Cruisin Paul

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  3. What a fun post this is. Thanks for the smiles.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend. :)

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  4. Too funny. That would make a great theme for A to Z. Polar bears and...

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    1. If I do this next year, that's a great idea for a theme :-)

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  5. Great pics, you had fun with your polar bears!
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    1. Thanks for popping by Maria - hope you're enjoying the A to Z challenge!

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  6. How cute!! I wish I have a couple for myself too! Aside from P for penguins, polar bears is on my top 5 of favorite animals in the world :D

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    1. They are adorable creatures! I'm pretty fond of penguins too.

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  7. Amazing. What would be even more bizarre would be if you found penguins in Florida.

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    1. Oh they're out there too. They just move a lot faster than the polar bears and its hard to get them on film :-)

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  8. Wacky post, indeed. Loove it:) Cute bears.

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    1. Thanks - wacky is definitely high praise. We like wacky and quirky around here :-)

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