A polar bear named Kova, an opossum named Grubby and chatty humans at the Alaska Zoo!
Updated: Aug. 14, 2023 at 4:59 PM AKDT
In the last nine months, the Alaska Zoo has taken in an invasive species of opossum named "Grubby," and a severely malnourished and orphaned polar bear now named "Kova." Dave headed over to the zoo to talk to curator Sam Lavin and to check on the positive progress of the two intriguing creatures, and also have a little fun with some other zoo favorites and — of course — humans.
For more on Kova & Grubby, go to the Alaska Zoo website: alaskazoo.org.
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