RAW VIDEO: Alaska Zoo Polar Bear, Wolf Run for "President"
September 5, 2012
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The Alaska Zoo is conducting a "presidential election" between a polar bear and a gray wolf in a fundraising and promotion effort. According to the zoo's development director, the winner will claim zoo presidency.
AP (May 27, 2014) The Alaska Zoo is expanding its polar bear exhibit and building a Polar Bear Transition Center to help polar bears that become orphaned as cubs learn how to survive in the wild. (May 27)
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AP (Sep. 22, 2013) A polar bear cub made its first public appearance at a zoo in Australia on Saturday to the delight of visitors and keepers. Nineteen-week-old Henry is the first polar bear cub to be born at Sea World ... watch video
Newsy (May 30, 2014) Firefighters found five orphaned wolf pups in an area stricken with a massive forest fire in Alaska. Those pups are being cared for at the Alaska Zoo.
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AP (June 28, 2012) Three black bear cubs are being kept at The Alaska Zoo. They were taken to the zoo by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game from Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Anchorage after their mother was ... watch video
AP (Mar. 20, 2013) An orphaned polar cub is making its temporary home at the Alaska Zoo in Anchorage. An official says the bear's mother was killed March 12. The cub is about 3 or 4 months old and weighs just over 18 ... watch video
CBC (Apr. 12, 2013) A Winnipeg woman is among a number of people fighting to get a polar bear out of a South American zoo and brought to Canada, but an animal-protection activist warns the chances of the bear being ... watch video
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