THE FAMOUS POLAR BEAR CUB FLOCKE PLAYING WITH ITS IMAGE IN A MIRROR
Polar bears live along the coasts in the polar regions. The mother digs in the snow to make a nest for her and her cub. These nests usually consists of more than one chamber, and the chambers are sited higher than the entrance. This prevents heat loss. The cubs only leave the nest when they are 4-5 months old. With the intelligence and protective feelings inspired in her, the mother polar bear manifests love and protective artistry.