The Alaska Zoo has some new additions, three little brown bear cub orphans.
The orphan brown bear cubs are at the zoo temporarily until they are placed in a permanent home, most likely a zoo in the Lower 48.
The 11 month-old bears were roaming the Anchorage hillside until they were brought in by the Department of Fish and Game.
The first one arrived on Halloween and keepers named him Boo. His brothers, named Mike and Thor, were brought in the following weekend.
The Alaska Zoo says the bears are healthy and are fed two pounds of a dog food and salmon mixture every day.
On Wednesday, the three male siblings were allowed to explore the area outside their den for the first time and seemed very curious.
"They're definitely out exploring, wandering out in the snow and up on the hill area," said Pat Lampi, executive director of The Alaska Zoo. "They do have the choice to go back inside their dens if they feel threatened or want to warm up. They have nice big beds of straw in there."
The trio is free to roam within their enclosure from 10:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. everyday.