OTTAWA, Canada - The Canadian government has just stated that they have sold a dozen polar bears to the African country of Kenya.
Kenya which is a warm country with year round temperatures in the 90s commented that the polar bears will all be housed in various zoos throughout the country.
Mumu Tantu, a spokesperson for the African country remarked that the bears will live in a luxurious setting with the temperature set at 33 degrees.
Since there are no polar bears to be found anywhere on the African continent school children as well as adults will be fascinated by the white bears.
The Kenyan government did have to sign a promissory note stating that none of the 12 polar bears would be mated with black bears.
SIDENOTE: Mumu Tantu has advised the Canadian government that Kenya could be in the market for about 30 penguins sometime in early 2014.