Via Bored Panda.
Hear that? Listen … … It’s the soft pittah pattah of bebbeh polah beah paws …
Zookeepers in Novosibirsk, Russia, report that mama, Gerda, brought her 4 month old cub out of their den for the first time on March 6.
No one knows if the cub is a boy or a girl, and Gerda’s not ready to share yet.
This summer, there will be a special contest held for local residents to choose the little bear’s name.
Er, that gives us a great head start, doesn’t it? Nobody said we can’t have our own naming fun. And, we can plan a trip to the Novosibirsk Zoo! And, we can squee over “our” bebbeh polah beah, that we named, the best name of all in the whole world! Right?!
“Gerda the polar bear and her baby peek out from their den at the Zoo in Novosibirsk, Russia. The cub was born in December.” Photos By Ilnar Salakhiev/Associated Press.
The color is lovely, and the pattern is just too too! I can only find them in white in my size — you simply must tell me where you shop, darling!
No matter what kinda animuhl you happen to be, you can still enjoy Valentine’s Day with the one you loff!
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All images spotted on Mail Online. 24 Hours Of Cute: Happy Valentine’s Day continues…
Upon noticing he was all alone, the young bear was unable to resist busting a few moves, while the salmon all made a run for it …just as planned.
Aw, this big brown bear was just happy to greet his sister. Read all about it and Nikolai Zinoviev, the lucky photographer, via the Daily Mail.
They keep asking it over and over, even though you think the matter would be settled by now, but for the record: Yes, we do go in the woods.
Critter Care Wildlife Society in Langley, BC needs your vote. They want to build a nursery for Bebeh Bearz N Otterz but also more outdoor enclosures that will accommodate those bebehs as they grow. (And U nose they WILL!) So VOTE VOTE VOTE LIKE A BEBEH…um, Bear. Here are just a few of the friends they are taking care of.
Photos from Critter Care Wildlife Society : Submeesh by longtime Cuteporter KayBee.
This is Henry, the newest member of the polar bear family living at Sea World, Gold Coast (near Brisbane), Australia. Born on May 9th 2013, Henry is the first cub to be born in captivity at Sea World. Henry may one day help in the conservation of the 25,000 polar bears left in the wild. You might think it unusual for a Polar Bear to be living in Australia, but then Australia is known for having a lot of unusual animals!
Veterans, we salute you!