(WXYZ) - It’s home for the holidays for three grizzly bear cubs.
The 11-month old trio of brothers arrived at the Detroit Zoo early Friday morning, thanks to a special delivery from Fed-Ex.
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The bears were flown in from Anchorage, Alaska after being spotted scrounging for food in neighborhoods after their mother was shot.
Grizzly bears typically care for their young until cubs are about 3 years old, and experts believed the trio would not survive the Alaskan winter on their own.
Now resting safely at the Detroit Zoo, “Mike”, “Thor” and “Boo” will be out of public view for 30 days to ensure that they have no health issues and to give them time to adjust to their new lives.
The grizzly bear is listed as threatened under the Endangered Species Act, and only about 1,000 remain in the continental U.S. Grizzlies still roam the wilds of Canada and Alaska.