Detroit Zoo Welcomes 3 Bear Cubs

The three bears were orphaned in October after their mother was shot and killed following an encounter with a person in Alaska. The brothers were later seen in residential areas around Anchorage searching for food before being rescued by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, which decided the cubs couldn’t survive an Alaskan winter without their mother. (John Gomes/Alaska Zoo)

“We’re just very excited because the cubs seem to be in good health, and they’re very busy exploring their new environment,” said Ron Kagan, the zoo’s executive director, in a release. (John Gomes/Alaska Zoo)

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