Polar Bear Plunge Day 2019 is on Tuesday, January 1, 2019: Poll: Taking the Polar Bear Plunge?
Tuesday, January 1, 2019 is Polar Bear Plunge Day 2019. Polar Plunge for Charity Brave the cold and have a blast for for Special Olympics athletes!
Loving you and I do too
But do not let this one fact escape your notice, beloved, that with the Lord one day is like a thousand years, and a thousand years like one day.
Got a coin? You flip it for me and let me know
Thanks for the bear kiss
I will be waiting
Loving you and I do too
No I' m not trying to butter you for the prize I true soul of love.
Okay may be just a little bit, but I cross my heart ,I like you
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Missed it! It's always New Years Day at 12:00. Everything starts up at 10 AM at teh Block House. 86 plungers jumped in 38 degree waters, air temp was 34, with wind chill, it felt like 22.
Help with Polar Bear report!?
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Polar bears are perfectly adapted to survive in the harsh conditions of the Arctic, where winter temperatures can plunge to -45� C (-50� F). Two layers of fur provide the bears with such good insulation that they experience almost no heat loss. In addition, they are protected with a layer of blubber that can measure 11.5 cm (4.5 inches) thick. Compact ears and a small tail also prevent heat loss.
Polar bears are so well protected from the cold that they have more problems with overheating than they do from the cold. Even in very cold weather, they quickly overheat when they try to run
In the Canadian Arctic, adult female polar bears with cubs hunt about 19% of their time during the spring and about 38% of their time during the summer. Adult male polar bears hunt about 25% of their time during the spring and about 40% of their time during the summer.
3. When not hunting, polar bears are often sleeping or resting. From July to December in Canada's James Bay region, when lack of ice prevents seal hunting, a polar bear may spend up to 87% of its time resting.
• On warm days polar bears sprawl out on the ground or ice, sometimes on their backs with their feet in the air. They may also make temporary snow or earthen pits to lie in.
• On cold days polar bears curl up and often cover their muzzle area. During the winter, some polar bears excavate temporary dens or find natural shelters to stay warm. They may use these shelters for several months at a time.