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69 - Annoyance by Lunchi 69 - Annoyance by Lunchi
Victoria and Lloyd taken april 2009 at Zoo Bremerhaven.
Do not steal!
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loveforRuka Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
Lovely capture! I just love the clarity!
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Lunchi Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2010
Thank you!
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NatureByDesign Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2010   Photographer
Great action shot, Britta. Polar bears are so amazing. :D
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Lunchi Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2010
Thank you very much! It was indeed very nice to see them playing in the water together. The female arrived to the zoo shortly before this trip and they hope for babies because the other female is already too old. But in december 2009 it did not work out and Victoria did not get pregnant. Maybe this year.
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NatureByDesign Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2010   Photographer
You're very welcome. :aww:

That would be incredible if the polar bears have babies there, you will be so excited. I hope they do. And Toronto Zoo near me may have polar bear babies sometime this year too. I will be so excited. :D
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Lunchi Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2010
Sounds good. Baby animals are always nice to see.
I do not think I will visit Zoo of Bremerhaven again though, because it is pretty small and too far away to drive there to see it, cause after 1 hour, you have seen everything. it is very small.
I will be happy for the zoo of course but I am awaiting polar bear babies at Zoo Gelsenkirchen, which is closer to where I live. They have 3 huge beautiful exhibits for polar bears. One for the dwarf one, one for a pair of old bears and one for a pair of young ones. But since the boy of the young ones is still too young to mate with the female I bet it will take some more time until I can see babies there.
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