5 Lazy Polar Bears

They’re sleepier than the average bear.

Geoffrey Goldenby Geoffrey Golden

Polar bears don’t hibernate in dens like other bears – instead, their metabolism just slows down, which is probably why there are so many videos of them acting “lazy.” It’s not like they’re a bunch of giant, white Garfields. There’s a scientific, non-lasagna-based explanation. Here are videos of 5 “lazy” polar bears:

 

Twitching

Scratching an itch or laziest dancing ever?

 

Dragging

This is every cubicle poster ever made.

 

Sliding

1:16 – I wonder if the bear would allow me to ride on his back while he does that?

 

Floating

Watch your back, manatees!

 

Sleeping

After a long, hard day of not doing much.

 

Geoffrey Golden is the Editor in Chief of The Devastator: The Quarterly Comedy Magazine For Humans! Header via.