Toronto Zoo polar bear promoted to 'honorary master corporal' by the Canadian Army

L'esercito canadese celebra la promozione di uno dei suoi membri più pelosi.

Giunone l'orso polare, che vive allo zoo di Toronto, è stata adottata dall'esercito poco dopo la sua nascita nel Giorno della Memoria 2015. Polar bears are the army’s official mascot, and given her birthdate, she was named for the Canadian landings on Juno Beach in World War II.
The army gave Juno the honorary ranking of private, and later corporal, the zoo said.
Adesso, five years after she was born, Juno is still moving up the ranks.
    Juno has reached a new milestone and was promoted by the Canadian Army from Honorary Corporal to the esteemed ranking of Honorary Master Corporal,” the zoo said on Facebook questo mese.
    Juno receives her promotion to honorary master corporal.

    Juno and her brothers, Hudson and Humphrey, act asArctic ambassadorsfor polar bears around the world, helping to spread awareness about climate change and the impact it has on the vulnerable species.
      We are truly honoured that the Canadian Army has promoted Juno to Master Corporal as she continues to be an outstanding ambassador for her counterparts in wild,” Toronto Zoo CEO Dolf DeJong ha detto in un comunicato stampa. “Juno and the other polar bears that call the Toronto Zoo home, play an integral role in educating our guests about the direct impact of climate change and the loss of sea ice that directly impacts polar bears in the wild.
      Canada observes Remembrance Day every November 11 to honor military veterans.

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