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Associated Press
A 3-month-old polar bear cub born prematurely at the Toronto Zoo last year has been introduced to the public.

Looking for a name

Fast facts

  • The male cub was one of three born Oct. 11 to Aurora, one of the zoo's two 10-year-old female polar bears.
  • The new mother rejected the cubs shortly after birth and two of the cubs died of their injuries.
  • The remaining cub was cared for by Toronto Zoo veterinary and wildlife care staff, has grown from 700 grams to 17 kilograms and can walk on all fours.
  • Now, the Toronto Zoo is looking for a name for the cub.