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VIDEO: Alaska polar bear cub newest Alaska Zoo resident

Alaska Dispatch
Dan Mulcahey, veterinary medical officer for the U.S. Geological Survey's Polar Bear Research Team, and Pat Lampi, Alaska Zoo director, work with the polar bear cub
Photo by John Gomes
Alaska Zoo curator Shannon Jensen and zoo director Pat Lampi with the polar bear cub
Photo by John Gomes
Alaska Zoo director Pat Lampi feeds an orphaned polar bear cub
Photo by John Gomes
An orphaned polar bear cub recently arrived at the Alaska Zoo in Anchorage
Photo by John Gomes
Alaska Zoo curator Shannon Jensen and Rosa Meehan, supervisor for the Marine Mammals Management Office of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, carry the polar bear cub to the facility
Photo by John Gomes

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A 17-pound polar bear cub from the North Slope is the latest resident at the Alaska Zoo, according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.