Back in 1994, there were two little polar bear cubs born in captivity, but their mother refused to care for them. They were raised by hand at the Denver Zoo until they were about a year old. Then in 1995, they were sent to their new home here at the Wild Arctic attraction in SeaWorld. Their story was chronicled on PBS and in book form, as this was a very unique undertaking. Now a days, these 13 year-olds enjoy long naps, swimming, and raw fish. Their environs are meant to look like the site of a old ship wreck that has become part of the cold hard landscape. They have a "sky" that replicates the lighting they would experience if they were in the arctic. I have no idea if this is Klondike or Snow. I only know that they do seem to enjoy the spotlight!