Orphaned 18-pound polar bear makes his way to zoo

Inupiaq subsistence hunter James Tazruk realized after killing a polar bear in the Arctic that he had taken a nursing sow, so he went in search of the cub. He recovered the small bear, later named Kali, in a den and carried the 18-pound animal home on his snowmobile. Kali now has a temporary home at the Alaska Zoo in Anchorage while federal wildlife officials search for a permanent placement.

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