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Update: New Minnesota bear cubs doing well

Researchers at the North American Bear Center in Ely say Jewel and her two new cubs are getting more active. A live webcam continues to monitor the den where the cubs were born.
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Researchers at the North American Bear Center in Ely say Jewel and her two new cubs are getting more active. A live webcam continues to monitor the den where the cubs were born.

Checkout video (below) from January 31st of Jewel, Lily's three-year-old sister, and her cubs:

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