Clean bill of health for cubs

Animal keeper Karen Abbott holds one of the National Zoological Park’s twin 8-week-old Andean bear cubs during its first veterinary exam. The cubs received a clean bill of health Feb. 20 from Zoo veterinarians during a complete physical exam on Feb. 20. The cubs, which appear to be male and female and were born Dec. 14, also received the first of a series of routine vaccines.

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