ARCTIC RING OF LIFE
Orphaned polar, grizzly bears now playful companions at Michigan zoo
ROYAL OAK, MI – Two orphaned bears can now be seen playing, wrestling and romping together at the Detroit Zoo. Polar bear cub Laerke was rejected by her mother after a medical emergency in November 2020. Polar bear cub Laerke was rejected by her mother after a medical emergency in November 2020. Polar bear cub Laerke was rejected by her mother after a medical emergency in November 2020. Now the young bears are playful companions at the Detroit Zoo.Provided by Detroit ZooThe Arctic Ring of Life is one of the largest zoo polar bear habitats in the world.mlive.com
New polar bear to debut at Detroit Zoo today
DETROIT – In honor of International Polar Bear Day, the Detroit Zoo is debuting their newest polar bear family member. The polar bear, 19-year-old Anana, came to the zoo from the Cincinnati Zoo in late January. Visitors can join the DZS in celebrating Nuka, Suka and newcomer Anana at the Detroit Zoo during International Polar Bear Day on Thursday, February 27. Animal care staff will share information about the personalities and behaviors of polar bears Nuka, Suka and Anana immediately following each feeding. Children will also have the opportunity to compare themselves to a life-size polar bear cut-out in the Nunavut Gallery.