Norilsk bear turned into beauty
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Norilsk bear turned into beauty

February 20, 2021

The prettier bear Martha was shown in the Krasnoyarsk zoo. The predator gained significant weight.

#ARCTIC. #SIBERIA. THIS IS TAIMYR. Krasnoyarsk Royev Ruchey flora and fauna park employees have showed what the polar bear Marfa, rescued two years ago in Norilsk, looks like. Photos of the predator are published by experts on the Instagram social network.

The subscribers noticed that Marfa gained weight and became beautiful:

“Our Norilsk girl has become prettier, thanks to the workers of Roev Ruchey”, “Marfa is a bride, a white, fluffy beauty”, they noted.

Marfa gained weight and became beautiful

Let us remind you that the townspeople noticed Martha on the outskirts of Norilsk in the summer of 2019. The she-bear was emaciated: her weight was only 106 kilograms. A special operation was organized to save the animal. When the bear was brought to Krasnoyarsk, veterinarians made great efforts to save her. After a while, Martha got used to her new home and gained weight up to 198.8 kilograms. Now she has a spacious enclosure with a swimming pool, a large den, and lots of toys.

Earlier we wrote that the cubs of the Krasnoyarsk polar bear, Commander Sedov, who was sent to the Gelendzhik safari park in 2014 for breeding, are taking their first steps.

Text: Ekaterina Elkanova, Photo: Instagram

February 20, 2021

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