On January 14 a baby polar bear that lives in Toronto Zoo saw snow for the first time. The little cub was born on November 9 and, once he was deemed strong enough, his caregivers decided to let him get familiar with the strange white stuff. In the wild, baby polar bears usually remain in dens with their mothers until between February and April. Credit: Youtube/Toronto Zoo
Video: Baby polar bear introduced to snow at Toronto Zoo
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