These 2 Polar Bears Come Nose-To-Nose With A Beautiful Friendship When They Meet For The First Time
It was a heart-warming moment at the Yorkshire Wildlife Park as two of the park’s polar bears met for the first time. The two immediately become friends, touching noses and going for a swim together.
One of the polar bears, Nissan, had been living at the park for about a year. Nobby, the other bear, had just arrived at his new home from a different location in Germany. The staff at the 10-acre Polar Reserve say polar bears are normally pretty comfortable when meeting new friends.
“Nissan was a bit muddy from playing out but he was keen to break off the fun to see what all the fuss was about when Nobby arrived,” Simon Marsh, animal manager, said in an interview with the Daily Mail UK. “Polar bears are used to leaving their mothers at two years old and travelling around to find new groupings so this was a natural feeling for both of them. They clearly got along from the start.”
The Yorkshire Wildlife Park is one of the leading organizations of the animal conservation program to save endangered species, such as the polar bear.
You have to see these two bears meet each other for the time! Check out this heart-warming video from the Yorkshire Wildlife Park featured by the Daily Mail UK.