Eight bear cubs are now living in their new home.
Yesterday, the Virginia Wildlife Center moved eight of their 16 bear cubs to the new large mammal enclosure.
It gives the cubs more room to run around and play.
It took a while to get the first set of cubs moved and then they had to make some modifications to keep the bears from literally climbing the walls.
The second set of eight bears will be moved next week.
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