Como Zoo brings back the polar bears

April 6, 2010

The Como Zoo has brought their polar bears back to reside in their "new digs," according to the Star Tribune.

The bears, Neil and Buzz, have been living in Detroit for two years while their new habitat has been built. The new home, Polar Bear Odyssey, is almost four times bigger than their old home, according to the article.

Visitors cannot see the bears until June 3, so they can get used to the new place, which cost $15 million to build, to be similar to the Hudson Bay, according to the Star Tribune.

The bears are 14 years old and have been at the Como Zoo since 2002.

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