28 March 2011 Polar Bear Cubs Debut in Nuremberg Zoo Posted by: Brian Bovard | Leave a comment | Share: Two polar bear cubs, Gregor and Aleut, made a big debut for crowds at Germany’s Nuremberg Zoo last week. Follow the link to MSNBC’s video coverage of the event. But while these polar bear cubs enjoy their celebrity spotlight, polar bears in the wild are facing increasingly difficult problems. Jeff Corwin, Defenders of Wildlife board member and television star, talks about the plight that polar bears in the wild are facing because of global warming in the video episode (below) of “Feeling the Heat with Jeff Corwin”. Take Action to Protect the Polar Bear Seas The Chukchi and Beaufort Seas—sometimes called the Polar Bear Seas—are vital to the survival of America’s threatened polar bears, walrus, bowhead whales and so many other Arctic species. Yet Shell Oil and other companies are charging ahead with plans to industrialize this crucial area without proper protections for the amazing wildlife that could be devastated by an oil spill. Stand up to Big Oil. Urge the Obama administration to nix new drilling in the Polar Bear Seas. Post Your Comment Click here to cancel reply. Name (required) Mail (required) (will not be published) You May also be interested in Wolf Weekly Wrap-Up Oregon Wolves Headed Towards Delisting? Anti-Wolf Bills Proposed in Washington State Visiting Elkhorn Slough – The Hidden Gem of California’s Central Coast Wetlands like Elkhorn Slough provide critical habitat for imperiled and endangered species. Dreaming of a White Winter Maintaining connections between forests and snowshoe hares will help the animal navigate climate change.