Harmony Hill is the new home for two grizzly bears that were rescued in 2002. Tundra and Kootenai both needed to be rescued from the wild in order to survive. Kootenai was separated from his mother and his sibling was hit by a car. Tundra’s mother had to be euthanized because she became a nuisance to a community in Alaska.
Denver Zoo's new 'immersive' grizzly bear exhibit opens Wednesday https://t.co/KKoSEQfICn
— 9NEWS Denver (@9NEWS) May 14, 2019
Save the Date! Next Wednesday, May 15th, we’re officially opening Harmony Hill, which is the new home for our two rescued grizzly bears, Tundra and Kootenai. Here are 5 reasons to get excited to visit: https://t.co/nYiW8Oc3ZH
— Denver Zoo (@DenverZoo) May 10, 2019