Today we have photos of each of the bears, both cubs and yearlings.  We start with the newest cub, Bosco Bear.

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In the Acclimation Pen, Bosco plays with the swingy ball.

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Bosco stands and looks around, assessing the situation.

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He sniffs the air.

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Bosco is curious about the enclosure beyond the fencing.

We know that Bosco and the two female cubs are aware of each other’s presence.  What are the girls doing?

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Viola and Willow Bear are spending more time in the trees.

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They climb higher, as cubs do when they are uncertain.

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Magnolia’s enclosure is further away. 

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Magnolia goes into her “backwoods” and lies down.

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Lying on her back, with belly exposed, is a vulnerable pose. She must feel secure.

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Bumble B. shows that he can be on dry land.

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Bumble climbs a tree. Folks were wondering if he really is a bear. Guess so

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But soon he returns to his favorite place – his pool.

Each of the bears has an individual personality and has their own tastes.  That’s what makes them unique.  We’ll continue to watch them develop.