Image from Huffington Post.

Get a live peek at polar bear cub Siku. The bear lives in the Scandinavian Wildlife Park in Denmark where he is being cared for. Siku was born here in captivity, though his mother was unable to produce sufficient milk. The webcam is organized by Scandinavian Wildlife Park and hosted on, and their goal is to, “appeal to people everywhere [to] reduce their carbon footprint to save the arctic ice and all the species which depend on it for survival.”

You can look in on Siku live from 9a.m. to 11a.m. EST. And if you’d like to see polar bears in the wild, join us in high Arctic aboard National Geographic Explorer.

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