A male Andean bear cub, born over the winter at WCS's (Wildlife Conservation Society) Queens Zoo, has made his public debut as seen in this photograph released on May 4, 2017. The cub is the first Andean bear born in New York City. The unnamed cub now weighs 25lbs and is ready to venture into the zoo's bear habitat with his mom to start exploring. Andean bears are the only bear species native to South America. They are also known as spectacled bears due to the markings on their faces that sometimes resemble glasses. They have characteristically short faces and are relatively small in compariso

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A male Andean bear cub, born over the winter at WCS's (Wildlife Conservation Society) Queens Zoo, has made his public debut as seen in this photograph released on May 4, 2017. The cub is the first Andean bear born in New York City. The unnamed cub now weighs 25lbs and is ready to venture into the zoo's bear habitat with his mom to start exploring. Andean bears are the only bear species native to South America. They are also known as spectacled bears due to the markings on their faces that sometimes resemble glasses. They have characteristically short faces and are relatively small in compariso Stock Photo
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A male Andean bear cub, born over the winter at WCS's (Wildlife Conservation Society) Queens Zoo, has made his public debut as seen in this photograph released on May 4, 2017. The cub is the first Andean bear born in New York City. The unnamed cub now weighs 25lbs and is ready to venture into the zoo's bear habitat with his mom to start exploring. Andean bears are the only bear species native to South America. They are also known as spectacled bears due to the markings on their faces that sometimes resemble glasses. They have characteristically short faces and are relatively small in compariso
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A male Andean bear cub, born over the winter at WCS's (Wildlife Conservation Society) Queens Zoo, has made his public debut as seen in this photograph released on May 4, 2017. The cub is the first Andean bear born in New York City. The unnamed cub now weighs 25lbs and is ready to venture into the zoo's bear habitat with his mom to start exploring. Andean bears are the only bear species native to South America. They are also known as spectacled bears due to the markings on their faces that sometimes resemble glasses. They have characteristically short faces and are relatively small in comparison to some other bear species. As adults, males weigh between 250-350 pounds while adult females rarely exceed 200 pounds. Photo by Julie Larsen Maher/WCS/UPI

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