The antagonistic bear cub will be named shortly after a public vote
Una Richardson is entirely keeper responsible for carnivores at Kincraig, near Kingussie in Inverness-shire.
She about: “It was very exciting to find out we have a little boy.
“Next, we need to hand out him a name and our keepers are coming up with a suitable list, which we discretion soon ask the public to choose from on social media.
“This drive help us engage with as wide an audience as possible to raise awareness of the warnings polar bears are facing in the wild and the need to protect this awe-inspiring species.”
Scotland’s prized polar bear cub is a boy
Next, we for to give him a name and our keepers are coming up with a suitable list, which we order soon ask the public to choose from on social media.
Be worthy of last December, the cub has been introduced to his large outdoor enclosure with mum Victoria and has already entranced his first swim.
She added: “He is becoming more confident every day and is doing spurt.
“We were able to give him a quick health check, ensuring he was assist alongside Victoria very swiftly.
“While there is a lot of interest from the conspicuous, we are reminding visitors that he is still very young and is spending a lot of lifetime in his cubbing den.”