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China Throws Party for Polar Bear Cub

China Throws Party for Polar Bear Cub
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Yuanyuan, China’s first artificially-bred polar bear, turned 100 days old on Sunday. Staff at Penglai Oceanic Polar World in China celebrated by throwing the cub a party. Photo Credit: tableatny via Flickr.

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10:47PM PDT on Jul 3, 2012


8:17AM PDT on May 16, 2012


7:07AM PDT on Apr 16, 2012

Thanks. He is very, very cute. Would love to see him in person.

3:02PM PDT on Apr 14, 2012

How cute! Difficult to imagine the big polar bear it will become. Unless it's eaten ...

11:17AM PDT on Apr 11, 2012

Poor little mite.

9:40AM PDT on Apr 11, 2012

It wouldn't surprise me to learn that AFTER the party China had for the cub, they killed it and ate it.

9:20AM PDT on Apr 11, 2012

That bear is sooo cute, you just want to give it a cuddle. Not sure they should be feeding it cake though...

9:13PM PDT on Apr 10, 2012

He's a cute little cub!

6:44PM PDT on Apr 10, 2012


5:40PM PDT on Apr 10, 2012

How sad that they got hold of polar bears, with their truck record of animal treatment, just makes me sick to see his future.

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