Photo Gallery: Four new polar bears arrive at Doncaster's Yorkshire Wildlife Park
Four new polar bears are making Doncaster their home after arriving at the town’s Yorkshire Wildlife Park.
There are now a total of eight bears at the popular visitor attraction, making Doncaster one of the biggest polar bear reserves in the world.
Flocke, aged 12, and her triplets - males Indiana, (known as Indie) and Yuma, and tiny female Tala – will live separately to the park’s resident males who live in the 10-acre Project Polar 1 – Nobby, Luka, Hamish and Sisu.
Take a look at our gallery of the new arrivals!