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The First Day of the Polar Bear Cub at Bremerhaven Zoo in Germany

Polar Bear was born in December 2015, and its first 82 days of his life with his mother in a cave. And here, the first time he was born from his lair in the “Bremen harbor.”
But after taking her first look at the outside world, the baby bear promptly bounded back to the safety of her mother Valeska for a cuddle.

Bremerhaven (German “Bremen harbor.”) – Is a town in north-west Germany. Here in the zoo polar bear was born. More precisely, a bear. (Photo: Carmen Jaspersen):

The First Day of the Polar Bear Cub at Bremerhaven Zoo in Germany

Now she does not have a name, and the zoo asked him to come up with the public. (Photo: Carmen Jaspersen):

The First Day of the Polar Bear Cub at Bremerhaven Zoo in Germany

Meanwhile, the polar bear – the largest land predator. Although, it should be noted that all the bears, unlike cats – rather, they are omnivores, and vegetation in their diet occupies most. (Photo: Carmen Jaspersen):

The First Day of the Polar Bear Cub at Bremerhaven Zoo in Germany

Games with a strange object – a traffic cone. (Photo: Carmen Jaspersen):

The First Day of the Polar Bear Cub at Bremerhaven Zoo in Germany

If there is light at the notorious “mi-mi-mi”, it should look something like this. (Photo: Carmen Jaspersen):

The First Day of the Polar Bear Cub at Bremerhaven Zoo in Germany

(Photo by Carmen Jaspersen):

The First Day of the Polar Bear Cub at Bremerhaven Zoo in Germany

Together with her mother. (Photo: Carmen Jaspersen):

The First Day of the Polar Bear Cub at Bremerhaven Zoo in Germany

(Photo: Carmen Jaspersen):

The First Day of the Polar Bear Cub at Bremerhaven Zoo in Germany

Milk ate. (Photo: Carmen Jaspersen):

The First Day of the Polar Bear Cub at Bremerhaven Zoo in Germany

The first day of a polar bear in a German zoo. (Photo: Carmen Jaspersen):

The First Day of the Polar Bear Cub at Bremerhaven Zoo in Germany

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