VIDEO: Chinese aquarium set to unveil two-month old polar bear cubs
Two polar bear cubs will be unveiled to the Chinese public during the upcoming New Year's celebration, but the state recently released video of the two cubs rolling around, exploring their world
China's Laohutan Polar Aquarium is about to get two new exhibits.
And they're furry.
Two twin polar bear cubs will make their debut soon at the aquarium in the city of Dalian, along the coast near North Korea.
The bears are the second set of cubs born to a pair of polar bears given to China by the government of Finland. They'll be introduced to the public during the upcoming Chinese New Year celebration.
Somewhat unusually, all four cubs have survived. The two two-month olds are doing well, though they rely on human caretakers for food and mobility, though they should be able to move on their own soon.