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Just seven weeks old -- five pounds already growing teeth and claws like -- slices.
And I'm talking softly here because -- want to get in trouble here.
They are just about his -- we've ever had not said here in a while to adorable black bear cubs -- an exciting series debuting this Sunday on Nat geo wild America.
The wild weather different cases in some -- being with us and drowning.
-- those are beautiful its practice of how -- -- do they grow how big the gap.
These little girls could be for -- round.
In a year that could be hundred pounds and they eat a lot to get to that 11.
-- ninety meaning humanity it is is that partly to hold I need that he feels he can sit here in the -- don't come out right -- these little guys when when there when -- -- afraid when a client so they're excellent tree climbers.
So -- -- here air -- girls Larry trying to climb the tree she's passionately.
She's a little nervous but she's a she's a star.
But only seven weeks old.
And when they're born they're literally half the size.
And my series actually went you know I actually get to teach one of these little cubs.
All of it all the things we need to know one wild and went in the first year -- How to walk how to swim.
Actually rated behind me do all kinds of really fun thing is to teach them what their mother would teach them.
Exactly -- people think that bears are born with these instincts -- actually mom teaches them everything.
So I got to be mom and -- like Africa.
All it skills.
And I heard and they're very teachable.
Super super intelligent yeah there's a -- one -- the most intelligent animals and you happen North America news.
What else are we gonna see on the show Casey.
-- the trek across North America ever from the bottom -- the Grand Canyon today that Arctic polar bears and wolverines and mountain lions.
A lot of once in a lifetime moment I can't hurt right here an example I don't face to face of the Poehler Maris -- -- prisoner by.
Track down a mountain lion.
An animal that's how it hardly ever found and in my crew grounder -- awesome but it to name is -- This that's caddie and actually -- their names.
And you get to their -- -- little noises so cute now way -- pet changes pretty quickly you know bears the bears are actually pretty peaceful animals and that's one thing that we know we're trying to teach in American -- -- -- you know -- animals out there that if we do the right things we can coexist with.
But they they get in trouble once in awhile like eating right now yen went OK okay quite well Martha and we just being well quiet and nice -- Case.
How much Casey we're you come by and articles -- song.
Check it out yourself America while Casey innocence and hearing is Sunday march 11 and -- many.
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