Colour these guys adorable.
The Oregon Zoo showed off its latest additions, three tiny Amercian black bear cubs, as they grunt, squeak and try to stand on wobbly legs.
The bears were rescued from a hollow log by a logging crew in western Oregon. Fearing that heavy machinery may have scared off the cubs' mother, loggers contacted the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, who turned the cubs over to the zoo after unsuccessfully tracking down their mom.
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The cubs, likely born in January, wouldn't be able to survive without their mother or human intervention, so the zoo was the most logical solution.
The tiny bears will be cared for in Oregon only temporarily, as they will be sent over to the Austin Zoo & Animal Sanctuary within the next few weeks. The Austin zoo already has two older black bears.
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