Many enjoyed working from home, most loved the beauty of the snow-covered trees, and every kid was ecstatic to stay home from school, but without a doubt, the greatest benefactors of North Carolina’s historic snow day were our beloved polar bears.
The North Carolina Zoo in Asheboro just sent out a press release about the joyous state of their two beautiful polar bears, Nikita and Anana, who were both fed whole fish as a special snow-day treats.
Due to the weather, the zoo was closed to the public, giving the two massive creatures an uninterrupted day to roll around, slide, and play-fight in their temporary winter wonderland.
The beautiful #snowfall made for a special day for our 2 polar bears. Nikita & Anana were fed whole fish as a special #snowday treat! Due to the continuing #winter storm, the #NCZoo will remain closed through Thursday. #ncwx #NCSnow #Snowmageddon pic.twitter.com/nV3sich5ws
— North Carolina Zoo (@NCZoo) January 17, 2018
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The North Carolina Zoo is an official arctic ambassador center in partnership with Polar Bears International, dedicated to the conservation of wild polar bears and their habitat.