Two new polar bears have joined a wildlife park on the outskirts of Ipswich as part of a conservation programme. 

Flocke and Tala were welcomed to Jimmy's Farm and Wildlife Park earlier this week joining Ewa, who was saved from a disbanded zoo in Sweden in October last year. 

The mother-daughter duo moved from Yorkshire Wildlife Park to Suffolk as part of the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria Ex-situ programme, which aims to conserve and safeguard healthy populations of threatened species and animals in captivity. 

They have joined Ewa in multi-functional enclosure called The Lost Lands of the Tundra which incorporates other species including reindeer, arctic wolves, and artic foxes. 

Ipswich Star: There are three large pools for the polar bears to enjoyThere are three large pools for the polar bears to enjoy (Image: Jimmy's Farm and Wildlife Park)

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Jimmy Doherty, founder of Jimmy's Farm, said: "I am delighted at the arrival of these two amazing polar bears: Flocke and Tala. 

"Flocke, who was hand-reared at Nuremberg Zoo, and her daughter Tala, are settling in incredibly well.

"We are so proud to be their guardians and celebrate the contribution we, and other worldwide organisations are making, in one of the most important international conservation efforts of our generation."

The wildlife park also recently rescued Diego the brown bear and visitors can see him from Thursday, March 28.

Ipswich Star: The duo came from Yorkshire Wildlife ParkThe duo came from Yorkshire Wildlife Park (Image: Jimmy's Farm and Wildlife Park)

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The Lost Lands of the Tundra intertwines with the existing natural landscape and incorporated woodland and natural springs. 

Stevie Sheppard, park director at Jimmy's Farm, said: "Polar bears are the flagship animal of climate change and by housing them here in Suffolk, we can educate visitors on the devastation effects on our planet."

The arrival of Flocke and Tala coincides with the launch of Jimmy's Farm & Wildlife Parks' charity Space for the Wild. 

The charity aims to work hard to protect the planet, create habitats, push for regenerative farming, rescue, and rehabilitate wildlife.