An orphaned polar bear cub that was rescued from Alaska's North Slope in April is on display briefly at the Alaska Zoo, where it has been resting and cared for. The bear has been named Qannik, which means "snowflake" in Inupiaq, was captured at the Alpine Oil Field. The cub will head to its new permanent home at the Louisville Zoo on Monday, June 27.

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