One of Russia’s greatest zoos experienced a significant increase in happiness after the long-awaited arrival of the polar bear. The biggest carnivores on Earth, polar bears only reproduce once every two to three years, and much less often when living in an artificial environment.
Happy white bear parents Kay and Gerda welcomed their second cub on December 7th, 2015. The adorable bear was born hairless and defenseless. Until it becomes stronger, the cub spends its first few months of life in the den with its mother. It’s too early to give this wild animal a name because it’s hard to tell the cub’s gender just yet.
This small snow bear started growing ears and eyes in January. This adorable animal is gaining weight quickly and has a terrific appetite. Due to staff concerns about the father’s unexpected attitude, he is not permitted to interact with the child or the mother. Kay will thus be secluded for a year in a different enclosure.
The adorable bear and its mother were first released from the den into the open air when they were a little bit older. The little creature is enjoying its first snowfall. While cautiously observing the world, it enjoys playing with its mother.