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· How to Help Two new cubs romp and play in their tundra exhibit at the Ouwehand Zoo in Rhenen, Netherlands, watched by their attentive mother Freedom. These adorable twins were born in November and will get names once their gender is confirmed. The little ambassadors for their species help inspire people to reduce their carbon footprint. Freedom's mother, Huggie, is also featured at the exhibit.

The Ouwehand Zoo is part of the Polar Bears International (PBI) network of Arctic Ambassador Centers, which provide leadership for greenhouse gas reductions in their communities.

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Two new cubs romp and play in their tundra exhibit at the Ouwehand Zoo in Rhenen, Netherlands, watched by their attentive mother Freedom. These adorable twins were born in November and will get names once their gender is confirmed. The little ambassadors for their species help inspire people to reduce their carbon footprint. Freedom's mother, Huggie, is also featured at the exhibit.

The Ouwehand Zoo is part of the Polar Bears International (PBI) network of Arctic Ambassador Centers, which provide leadership for greenhouse gas reductions in their communities.

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location: Ouwehand Zoo - Rhenen, Netherlands

best hours: 11:00am - 6:00pm

time zone: Central European Time

links: My Planet, My Part
Educational Materials
Adopt a Polar Bear
How to Help

grants

NGO: Polar Bears International

grant: $600,000

location: Manitoba

mission: For the Siku Cam Project as part of the My Planet, My Part Campaign and Tundra Connections program, and for general operating support. Grants between 2011-2012.

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Best Viewing Hours
11:00am - 6:00pm CST

Learn More & Get Involved · My Planet, My Part
· Educational Materials
· Adopt a Polar Bear
· How to Help Two new cubs romp and play in their tundra exhibit at the Ouwehand Zoo in Rhenen, Netherlands, watched by their attentive mother Freedom. These adorable twins were born in November and will get names once their gender is confirmed. The little ambassadors for their species help inspire people to reduce their carbon footprint. Freedom's mother, Huggie, is also featured at the exhibit.

The Ouwehand Zoo is part of the Polar Bears International (PBI) network of Arctic Ambassador Centers, which provide leadership for greenhouse gas reductions in their communities.

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