Berlin’s baby polar bear: It’s a girl!
17 February 2019 | 4:00 pm
Zookeepers in Berlin have announced that their baby polar bear is a lively girl with "a few sharp claws." The little bear measures just 61 centimeters and could get its first visitors as early as March.
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