Polar Bears Turn Green in Singapore

Two polar bears at the Singapore zoo — Sheba and her 13-year-old son, Inuka — have started turning green. The green colouring is apparently the work of a harmless algae, the result of Singapore’s warm and humid climate, which has found a new home in the bears’ translucent hair shafts. Got to love rainbow polar bears, Pelusa from Argentina turned purple last year

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