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Twin Polar Bear Cubs Make First Public Appearance at a Munich Zoo

Meet the 14-week-old twin polar bear cubs that made their press debut at the Hellabrunn Zoo in Munich, Germany, today. They scampered around their enclosure with their seven-year-old mother Giovanna.

The twins were born at the end of last year, and their birth was filmed on camera in color — a “world first,” the zoo claims.

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