Let’s talk about polar bears – many of us are familiar with Herbert and the sneaky troubles he has caused over the years!
From destroying the Penguin Secret Agency by using popcorn to darkening the island during Operation Blackout, and even harming our puffles in Operation Puffle, Herbert has caused quite some chaos!
Remember the troubles which Herbert faced in the really cute cartoon short, Puffle Trouble?
Unfortunately, Herbert isn’t the only polar bear facing trouble currently, especially since polar bears are still considered a vulnerable species today, which makes days like these even more important to raise awareness regarding the damage being done to polar bears and their habitats.
Climate change continues to greatly contribute to this, especially since polar bears rely completely on sea ice, which continues to melt, causing bears to have to travel long distances as habitat becomes more fragile. This sadly increases the risk of accidental contact with spilled oil, along with several other severe issues detrimental to the polar bear population.
Sometimes, it can be tricky to see what we can do to help! Sadly, in some cases, it is indeed very difficult, such as when polar bears are sadly sought for decorations, but often it is possible to help animals which are suffering, even if it’s not doing anything drastic!
- Ensuring to avoid wasting electricity & water and not using it when possible, whether that means favouring walking/biking/public transport, or even just turning off the tap whilst brushing teeth
- Favouring recycling whenever possible, whether that be through disposing of your litter or using reusable bags instead of plastic ones
- Stopping littering, especially plastic – it can and frequently does end up causing direct damage to animals, as well as humans too
If you’d like to, check out some of the great work which Polar Bears International and WWF are doing. Yes, there are lots of cute polar bear videos and pictures along with interesting statistics and research too!
Fifty years from now, what will they say about us here? Did we care for water and the fragile atmosphere?
It’s important to mention the importance of that, but polar bears are really amazing animals, and now’s a great chance to celebrate, especially with Herbert around on our island!
Since the EPF has received some fairly major updates, and it’s International Polar Bear Day, now is a great time to celebrate with a giveaway!
This giveaway is for the eleventh edition of the Club Penguin magazine, which mainly features Herbert, but has an awesome comic on ninjas, some incredible artwork and more!
To enter, all you need to do is fill out the form which requires the following information.
Penguin Name: Needed to announce the winner (+1 entry)
Email: Needed to contact the winner
Country of Residence: A very small amount of countries have laws which means you cannot participate. This has never been an issue before, and in almost all countries, this won’t be an issue, but just to be sure please enter this too. Don’t post your full address.
Bonus Question: Check out the screenshot on the bottom right of the giveaway image. Which PSA mission is it from? (+2 entries for the correct answer)
This giveaway is now over and the winner has been posted here
The giveaway winner will be announced on Sunday 3rd March so good luck if you’re planning to enter! Regardless of whether or not you’re entering, maybe we can all do something better to help marine life, sea life and animals across the world.
Waddle on! 🐠
This competition is over. Congratulations to the winner, Starjump19!
A dozen Treasure Book items. Multiple Card-Jitsu codes. The chance of a membership. It could be all yours. This holiday, Club Penguin Mountains is giving YOU the opportunity to win all these prizes, simply by reading our blog and filling out a few questions! The event will last from the 28th of November to the 12th of December. Please continue reading for information on how you can enter.
I’m sure a lot of you (including me) are off school for a week, so I think that now is a perfect time to host a games competition! There will be two game competitions, on two different days and I’m hoping to see you there! Read on for details on how it will work and how to sign up!
How it works:
The Find Four tournament is very simple. Eight people can take part (unless at least sixteen people want to take part, which is unlikely) and it will take place at the Attic on the server Marshmallow. It will be a knock-out system which will be randomly decided. To give you an example, here’s how the tournament will be laid out. The numbers will be the people who choose to sign up.
As only seven matches will take place, the tournament should only last about ten minutes and matches will be played at the same time. This might seem complicated, but it’ll make sense on the day! The winner will get 4 Card-Jitsu codes.
To sign up, please either email email@example.com or tweet @CPMountains. Your penguin must be a member to participate, or it must be at least 365 days old. If you’re not a member, please comment on a post on the What’s New Blog and send a link to me. Thank you.
Hide and Seek Tournament
There is no limit to how many people can attend this tournament! Here is how it will work. Two penguins (Torres 1260 and Laval 126) will be hidden throughout the island. From 13:00 PST to 13:10 PST, you will need to find them and send a postcard. At 13:10 PST, they will move to another room and will hide there until 13:20 PST, at which point they will log off.
For every postcard you successfully send to these two penguins, you will get one point. Whoever has the most points, wins! Your prize will be 3 Card-Jitsu codes! I will send the code straight away if I know how to contact you, but if I can’t do that, please just send me an email.
I really hope to see you there!