Winking Polar Bear Cub Takes First Steps & It Will Warm Your Heart

Get ready for a huge wave of those warm & fuzzy feelings!

Winking Polar Bear Cub Takes First Steps & It Will Warm Your Heart
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This wave of adorableness is hitting the internet, and we can't keep calm!

This adorable little polar bear came into the limelight on 27th February, when she first gave her cute little winking expression on the camera along with a cute little pose, which did nothing but left us wanting more footages and pictures of the baby bear in action.

She recently took her first steps at the zoo in Germany where she was born. The CCTV cameras caught the action in the zoo, for which the zoo staff was quite ecstatic and proud.

Go on and feast your eyes on the precious little ball of fur as she roams about in the zoo.

Also read: Polar bears and grizzlies are mating and the results are out of this world.

She was born in Hellabrunn zoo in Munich, Germany.

She was born in Hellabrunn zoo in Munich, Germany.

"We are delighted to see the day-to-day progress of the female cub," said the zoo's director Rasem Baban.

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The still-unnamed cub is about 14 weeks old.

The still-unnamed cub is about 14 weeks old.
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"She's in great shape and full of energy, and weighs an impressive 8.4 kilos," informed Dr. Christine Gohl.

She was born in November to mom Giovanna.

She was born in November to mom Giovanna.
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She is the third child to the 10-year-old Giovanna.

She is the third child to the 10-year-old Giovanna.
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Giovanna's twin cubs Nela & Nobby left the zoo in February 2016. While Nela left for Emmen, and Nobby went to Doncaster.

She's still adventurous even though she's a bit wobbly on her feet.

She's still adventurous even though she's a bit wobbly on her feet.
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She's getting bigger & more active with each passing day.

She's getting bigger & more active with each passing day.
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Look at her taste the pretzel excitedly.

Look at her taste the pretzel excitedly.

Still getting used to everything around her, the cub looked to be fascinated by anything and everything.

She blinked into the lights just in time.

She blinked into the lights just in time.
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Every year, more and more polar bears are exposed to danger due to shrinking sea ice and global warming. International Polar Bear Day was created by Polar Bears International in order to raise awareness about the warming of the arctic and how it badly affects the species. The step was taken in order to urge people to be less careless and more thoughtful about how their everyday activities are harming the environment and how they should lend a hand in reducing the damage.

Also read: Polar bear numbers declining in Alaska.

Aren't the pictures of baby bear damn cute and innocent?