Hari ni Ahad. Cuti. Secara official memang lah cuti. Tapi as a student, like me, kadang-kadang tak cuti. Buat kerja dari rumah. Tapi hari rasa nak bercuti, sebab penat nak berfikir berat-berat setiap hari. Teringat kata-kata guru Fizik saya masa sekolah menengah. "Sudah tepu" (dalam slang melayu kecinaan nya..hemm...Physics was the worst subject I have ever known for me! No! Physics absolutely not for me!)
Berbalik kepada persoalan di atas? Ever wondering why? Jom tengok gambar-gambar ni dulu.
|Penguins and polar bear fishing together?? Copyright 2009 Barcala|
"Ummi! Do you know? Polar bear live at the North pole, and penguins live at the South pole? So they can never be friend."
Oh ye ke? [Saya memang tak tahu, sungguh!!]
Kalau anak mat saleh agaknya akan cakap macam ni:
"Penguins live in the south and polar bears live in the north pole with Santa" Heheh....
Oooo.....that's why polar bear tak makan penguins...hehhehe.......
So, apa yang kita lihat from cartoon stories, that polar bear and penguins are living together were not true.
In reality, polar bears live so far in distance from penguins. I read this from an article:
"They both love to swim, they both love to eat fish and they both thrive in some of the harshest climates in the world. But the penguin and the polar bears are destined never to meet.Living at opposite ends of the world, penguins and polar bears have made very different homes for themselves. And let's face it, if the two were to inhabit the same place we would very soon end up with some very fat polar bears and a rapidly declining penguin population. "
Read more here: http://www.peregrineadventures.com/blog/20/07/2011/penguins-polar-bears-same-same-different
Our recent trip to Gold Coast Seaworld, managed us to show both species to our children. Even though both were not put together (of course!) at least we don't have to go as far away as to the North pole or the South pole to see both species, up close! Very close indeed! We were separated from them just by one piece of mirror. Myself, as an adult, was impressed! The polar bear was so big in size, and the penguins were so cute and almost like 'the happy feet'! These penguins were the closest I have ever seen in my life!