China News Service, August 6th. According to a report from the Japan Broadcasting Association (NHK) on the 6th, a zoo in Asahikawa City, Hokkaido recently not only “gifted” ice cubes to polar bears, but also embedded honey and honey in the ice cubes. The tuna meat made the polar bears very excited, and the visitors also raised their cameras to take pictures of the vivid pictures of the polar bears.
Recently, a zoo in Asahikawa City, Hokkaido “gifted” ice blocks to polar bears in order to cool them down. Image source: Screenshot of NHK video
According to reports, since late July, temperatures have generally risen in many parts of Japan, and even Asahikawa City, Hokkaido, which has a higher latitude, has experienced continuous heat. In order to cool down the polar zoo in the local Asahiyama Zoo, huge blocks of ice were placed in the living quarters of polar bears and penguins.
Recently, in order to cool the polar bears, a zoo in Asahikawa, Hokkaido not only "gifted" them with ice cubes, but also embedded honey and tuna meat in the ice cubes. Image source: Screenshot of NHK video
According to the report, the ice cubes obtained by polar bears are unusual. A closer look reveals that honey and minced tuna are embedded in these ice cubes. While cooling down the heat, the polar bears opened their mouths and tried to eat the food in the ice cubes. The vivid and lively appearance of the crushed ice made the visitors very interested, and they raised their cameras to record this rare scene.
A fifth-grade elementary school student who visited the zoo said, “I feel like the polar bears are smashing ice happily. They should like cold places very much.”