Frida’s baby boy came out for the first time, Malik’s brown polar bear babies

Mar 2nd, 2017 | By | Category: News from the Bear World

2.3.2017 – Sources: Tallinn Zoo, Aalborg Zoo

Even Frida in the Tallinn Zoo has presented her cub to the media and to the visitors. Before she let her son out she took a thorough look at the enclosure to make sure it was safe for her baby to make his entré.

Even the Tallinn Zoo has announced a name competition. If you want to suggest a name for the baby boy you can do it here.

Aalborg

Malik’s cubs are curiously exploring the world. While mama is eating meat the babies are more interested in fruit and vegetables.

They love to fool around together and they look more like brown bears than polar bears.  Luckily they don’t seem to be afraid of the water so maybe they will soon have white furs again. 🙂

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  1. Das erste Bild ist ja zu niedlich !
    Die Bärenmütter sind sehr fürsorglich.
    Auch Fridas Kind erkundet die Welt. 🙂

    Maliks Zwillinge haben Spaß, sich zu schminken. 🙂

  2. TALLINN, AALBORG, and MERVI – Thanks a lot for the charming pics (aone the first one of FRIDA and cub is ssssssssssssssssssoooooooooooooo cuuuuuute . . .. !

  3. Cuties ! Thanks a lot. Hugs Inge

  4. Dear Mervi!
    Thank you for the lovely updates! All these “fresh” cubbies are simply adorable.

    Although the enclosure in Tallin is not the best – to put it mildly – Frida is looking gorgeous.

    Malik´s twins – as small as they are – already seem to train fighting in camouflage and measure their strength with each other.
    They are so cute!

    Hugs
    Anke

  5. Liebe Mervi,
    Frida erinnert mich an Vera, bei Vera müssen auch die Besucher weiter weg vom Gehege, erst dann kam sie mit ihren Kindern raus. Ganz niedlich ihr kleiner Sohn mit dem dicken Milchbauch.
    Die Aalborger Minis sind schon jetzt kleine Dreckspatzen aber das ist bei Kindern ganz normal.
    Danke für so viele niedliche Bärchen.
    Liebe Grüße Moni K

  6. Mervi
    One of the odder aspects of Polar Bears is that mothers sometimes thrive even in
    zoos without the best facilities. Russia for example produces many cubs.
    Whatever, it is great to see two such different families and another KWM story.