Copenhagen: Lynn’s cubbie is doing fine

Jan 4th, 2019 | By | Category: Denmark

4.1.2019 – Source: The Copenhagen Zoo

The little polar bear cub is now one months old and everything seems to be going well.

In the photos (screen shots) and the video we can see that Lynn is taking good care of her baby.

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The cub has grown and got more fur. It has even opened his/her eyes. At the moment it weighs approximately 3 kilos.

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Papa Nord doesn’t know he has become a father but enjoys the Winter with Nöel. 🙂

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The cub is still very tiny but it can make a lot of noise! 🙂

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  1. Auch hier sind beide Daumen gedrückt ! 🙂

  2. So putzig, alles Gute fĂĽr die 2!

    Liebe GrĂĽĂźe, Erika

  3. Dear Mervi,

    Thanks for this update.

    Go, cubbie! Keep growing!
    Stay healthy!

    xo k-j

  4. Thanks Mervi, also I cross my fingers !

    Hugs from Copenhagen

  5. What a sweet little ‘plush’-cub this is.
    Good further Luck to EVERYBEAR and -BODY in Copenhagen who is concerned in one or another way, of course, first of all Mama and Baby!

    Dear INGE – I am sure you are quite unpatient to get to see the two live – not in a hurry but anyway as soon as possible. Have lots of pleasure then!

    Thanks, dear MERVI, for also having digged out this press release from The Copenhagen Zoo.

  6. Liebe Merci,
    das erste Baby fĂĽr Lynn und auch hier heisst es noch Daumen drĂĽcken,
    Liebe GrĂĽĂźe Moni K

  7. Sad to know that meanwhile the father died. But all digits are crossed for baby and mother.

  8. Dear Patricia!
    Fortunately Nord, the father of Lynn´s cub is still alive! There were two Nords until the passing of Nord in Tallin.
    Nord in the Copenhagen Zoo, born 2005 in Moskau, is a son of Simona and Vrangel in Moskau.
    Nord in Tallin, born 2001 in Vienna, was the son of Olga and Eric.


  9. Thank you, dear MERVI, for this latest VIDEO of the COPENHAGEN ZOO.

    Mother LYNN seems to be very relaxed and baby right contented!
    It’s always something to see those tiny cubs nearly disappear in the big mouth of their mothers . . . . 🙂