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Arctic Adventure Exhibitor Marketing Guide


Quick Facts

About The Arctic

The Arctic has no hard and fast boundary, but its character is easy to define.  The North Pole sits in the centre of a large, ice-covered ocean, which in turn is surrounded by barren, frozen land.  Despite the harsh conditions, the Arctic is full of life.  Animals, plants, and people call the Arctic home.

The name Arctic is derived from ‘arctos’  [arktoz], the Greek word for ‘bear’, referring to the Great Bear and Little Bear constellations that dominate the Northern night sky.

The eight nations with territory in the Arctic are Canada, Russia, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Sweden, Iceland, and the United States.

The Arctic is our early warning system – an area extremely sensitive to environmental change, whether it be climate change or increased pollution.

About The Exhibition

Size: 1,000 square feet (100 square metres)
Number of exhibits:
1 introductory graphic
3 large graphic backdrops,
10 interactive kiosks

Artifacts/Specimens include:

Polar, grizzly and black bear skulls
Polar, grizzly and black bear claws
Muskox hair
Narwhal tusk
Walrus tusk
Seal skin mukluks
Soapstone inukshuk
Snow goggles made of bone
Ulu knife

Multimedia (video experiences) include:

Polar Bear Research including “A day in the life of a polar bear” and “Polar bear threats”
Whales of the Arctic
Take a Garden Tour of the Arctic
Fly with the Arctic tern
Living in the Arctic



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