Siku The Baby Polar Bear.

Hi,

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So, we have something unbearably cute today  (and there is a pun in there somewhere).

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On November 22nd 2011, a tiny bear was born in a Scandinavian Wildlife Park.

Unfortunately, his mother was not able to feed him as she did not have good enough milk production.

This has meant that the helpless little creature needs to be hand-fed for the first year of life, a task which is being carried out 24 hours a day, by three people per day.

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Meet Siku, the super-cute Polar bear.

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Siku …. which means sea-ice …. is extremely lovable and many people are enjoying watching him grow.

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He even has his own facebook page.

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You can also watch him live on a webcam direct from the Wildlife Park during the day.

You can view him …. 8am-10am CST

…………………………….3pm-5pm  GMT+1

or you can catch up on past videos of him there.

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Of course, when he is grown we will all be careful to keep out of his reach because he will have developed into one of the most terrifying huge predators on our planet.

But for now it is a case of giving him baths, tickles, and cuddles.

Ahhhhh!

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If you are interested in Polar Bears, then you may well be interested in the programme shown by the BBC last year.
It cleverly used a super spy camera to film yet another cute baby Polar Bear, but this time in the wild.

It is narrated by David Tennant.

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For more about this programme you can use this link to bbc.co.uk.

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