1. NEW KNUT

    Polar Bear Cub Becomes Viral Sensation

    In this photo taken Dec. 8. 2011, the polar bear cub Siku is seen at Skandinavisk Dyrepark in Djursland, Denmark. A Danish zoo says a month-old polar bear cub has been taken into care since its mother failed to produce enough milk to feed him. Scandinavian Wildlife Park manager Frank Vigh-Larsen says Siku, now weighing 112 ounces (3,200 grams)_ against 49 ounces (1,800 grams) at birth _ was doing "really fine." (AP Photo/POLFOTO, Skandinavisk Dyrepark) DENMARK OUT

    Skandinavisk Dyrepark / AP Photo

    An orphaned Danish polar bear cub named Siku has become a viral sensation after videos went up on YouTube of the one month old fluff ball. Born on November 22 at Denmark's Scandinavian Wildlife Park, Siku was taken in by the zoo when his mother couldn't produce enough milk to feed him. Having made a brief appearance on the Today show, Siku already has 12,000 fans on Facebook and has been dubbed the "new Knut," Germany's biggest tourist attraction until he died of epileptic shock in March. While some cooed over the new cute cub in town, Knut-lovers remain devoted to building a bronze memorial statue in his honor.

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