Email address:. Those who took part on the polar bear charity run at Yorkshire Wildlife Park wore nothing but a pair of running shoes and a polar bear mask during the event, and jogged or walked along the three-quarter-mile course. The species numbers have been hit by sea ice losses that have restricted their habitat and prey. YWPF is at the forefront of conservation for the species and works closely with Polar Bears International on research and fund-raising projects. Entrants were encouraged to raise as much sponsorship as possible for daring to bare, left their clothes in a secure changing area and received a commemorative medal at the end of the run.
People are going to get naked and run around Yorkshire Wildlife Park
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The naked run will raise money for endangered polar bears. Dozens of people are going to do just that when they run naked around Yorkshire Wildlife Park to raise funds to save endangered polar bears. The annual 'Bare All For Polar Bears' run is back for the fifth year, and brave souls are invited to get all of their kit off to help the campaign. The run comprises of one lap around the Yorkshire Wildlife Park near Doncaster, which means the participants will get a good look at the lions, tigers, and bears while they're running. The animals will get a good enough look at the runners too, as all the runners will be wearing is the polar bear mask that is provided! Polar bears are listed as a vulnerable species the IUCN Red List because of sea ice losses in the Arctic from global warming which have caused a loss of habitat and prey. You can book your place on the Yorkshire Wildlife Park Foundation website.
Would you 'bear' all for a naked run at Yorkshire Wildlife Park?
If Sherlock Holmes had been here these past few weeks, he would surely have proclaimed to his sidekick Watson, "You know trusty sidekick, I do think we are on to something! For that matter, I am not quite a Holmes. I am a student here at the good ole U of C, but I say to you anyway, "We are on to something. Ah, the joys of being an undergrad here.
Well, anyone who has a passion for the fearsome white-furred predators now have a chance to express a daring display of affection. The fun three-quarter mile walk, jog or sprint around a section of the park takes place at 6. Polar bears are listed as a vulnerable species the IUCN Red List because of sea ice losses in the Arctic from global warming which have caused a depletion of habitat and prey.