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Toronto Zoo shares a video of baby polar bear taking her first steps

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Few things are cuter than a baby polar bear trying to walk, and this video is proof

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Have you ever seen a baby polar bear trying to walk? Neither have we, and now that we have, we can't look away.

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The unnamed 2-month-old polar bear is stealing hearts across the world after Toronto Zoo shared a video of her on YouTube. In the short video you see the adorable little creature attempting to walk, only to topple over multiple times.

She's not too steady on her feet now, but she has reportedly been growing nicely.

"Our polar bear cub continues to grow and gain strength at two months old. Still quite wobbly on her feet, she works hard to get up on all fours. She was also introduced to eating from a bowl for the first time this week," Toronto Zoo's Facebook page reads.

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Seriously, she is so cute.

Look at her all wrapped up in that blanket. Awww.

Excuse us while our hearts melt.

But be sure to get your baby polar bear fix from these photos, because the zoo has revealed that she's not available to be viewed at this time.

While polar bears are majestic creatures that we all would prefer lived and thrived in their natural habitat, unfortunately that is not possible given the effect globalization is having on the Arctic sea ice. However, the Toronto Zoo supports polar bear conservation, which you can read about here.

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OK, but back to the cuteness. We are in love.

Is this the cutest thing you've seen all day? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below.

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