Toronto Zoo: Polar Bear puzzle

Polar Bear Puzzle (54 Pieces). Did you know that a polar bear’s skin is black, not white? It’s true! Surprisingly, their fur is not white either. Each hair is a clear hollow tube. They look white because of the way their fur reflects the sunlight. This allows polar bears to blend into their Arctic environment, and helps keep them warm. Can you find the polar bears in this puzzle? Hint: Polar bears have no fur on their nose, and their eyes are black!

Advertising Agency: Lowe Roche, Toronto, Canada
Creative Directors: Steph Mackie, Mark Biernacki
Associate Creative Director: Sean Ohlenkamp
Writer: Rob Sturch
Producer: Brie Gowans
Illustrator: Matthew Walker
Print Production Manager: Beth Mackinnon
Studio Artist: Brad Kumar
Published: September 2010


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Matt Tonkin
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Haha, I like this and kinda want to try to put it together.

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hahahahah i like it

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You can buy it online! Sweet!

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this is great.

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Very cute.

I like this one better than the book for crayons.

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I think to solve this puzzle is boring and frustrating at the same time.

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In truth, it's a case of 'easier said than done' - in terms of assembling the puzzle, but all in all, it's a humorous gift idea for those who would like a minimalist approach to the most remarkable animals on the planet. In total, referring to the campaign, this gives a minimalist but creative approach to advertise what sorts of animals are on show, as well as the souvenirs present.


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it's harder than it looks... i bought mine and it took me nearly half an hour!!!

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