Polar Bear Cub Heading To Buffalo Zoo In New York

A polar bear cub rescued on the North Slope in March has been cleared for flight and will head to the Buffalo Zoo in Buffalo, New York on Tuesday next week.

The orphaned cub, Kali, has been at the Alaska Zoo in Anchorage since his rescue.

The final day to see Kali at the Alaska Zoo will be Monday, May 13, where he can be found out and about in his yard between 11 a.m. and noon and 3-4 p.m. each day until then.

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