Have a look at this video, it may help you to understand the change of state.
Monthly Archives: November 2012
Siku (born 22 November 2011) is a male polar bear cub, he has several siblings such as Sné. After his mother failed to produce enough milk to feed him, he was taken into care in the Scandinavian Wildlife Park in Denmark.His name means “sea ice” in the Inuit language Iñupiaq.
According to the Scandinavian Wildlife Park, the name is symbolic, because the polar bears are 100% dependent on sea ice for their survival. Polar bears catch all their prey from the sea ice, so no sea ice – no polar bears. Due to global warming the sea ice in the Arctic Sea is rapidly diminishing, and the latest forecasts predict that the polar bear may be almost extinct in the wild 40 years from now.
Siku’s wish is to reduce your carbon footprint to help save wild polar bears and the arctic sea ice. HELP HIM!!
-Turn it off when not in use (lights, television, DVD player, Hi Fi, computer etc. etc. …)
– Fill your dish washer and washing machine with a full load – this will save you water, electricity, and washing powder
– Don’t buy bottled water if your tap water is safe to drink
– Buy organic produces
– Try to only buy products made close to home
click on Siku to see him
Each shovel of soil holds more living things than all the human beings ever born. Lots of species are still waiting for scientists to identify and name them. This is a world where fungi lay traps for thread-like worms. Bacteria dine on toxic chemicals. The smaller the creature, the stranger are its habits.
Dig into this underground universe and meet its tiny but helpful residents.
CLICK ON THE SOIL TO PLAY