Two adorable newborn polar bear cubs play with their mother while they journey to the frozen sea.

 One cute cub climbs and hangs off mother's back. Features cubs play-fighting and nursing with mom. Very cute video!

Polar bear cubs are born November through January in a den. Mother and cubs emerge from their den in late March or April.

Most adult females give birth once every three years. In populations with access to abundant food, birth occurs once every two years.

The most frequent litter size is two, followed by litters of one. Litters of three are less common than twins or singles, and litters of four are rare.


Responses to "Polar Bear Love: Cute polar bear cubs lovin' up their mamma (VIDEO)"

  1. Anonymous says:

    I adore the polar bear. Their mineralized white glisten and their habitat should have been returned to them with open air animal sanctuaries. The worthless inbred/hybrid had to steal all living things pride and joy because they are a prideless beast from genetic deformities of crucial tissue development. Not to mention the fish was destroyed...

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