Toronto Zoo Home
Fighting Extinction Accessibility Host Your Event Press
the Zoo
the Zoo
Conservation Education
& Camps


9:30 am - 4:30 pm daily*

*Juno is still a young cub and at times may be taken indoors to the polar bear house for brief checkups and feedings.

Meet our cub

Meet the Polar Parents

Meet the Zoo Parents

Photo & Video Album

Press Kit

Polar bear conservation

Milestones in the life of our baby polar bear:

  • Day 6 - Our polar bear cub began 'purring'
  • Day 8 - Our polar bear cub began crawling
  • Day 14 - Ears start to open near this time and skin colour begins to turn from pink to black. Nose and pads on feet also begin to turn black.
  • Day 15 - Our polar bear cub began rolling over
  • Day 24 - Polar bear cub moved out of incubator
  • Day 27 - Eyes started opening
  • One Month - Eyes fully opened, but not focusing yet
  • Day 34 - Started lifting his belly off the floor for a few seconds
  • Day 51 - Trying to take steps, but mostly rolling over
  • Day 51 - Teeth starting to erupt
  • Day 55 - Started to be able to sit up
  • Day 56 - Air conditioner installed in the ICU to cool the room temperature
  • Day 57 - Black whiskers and eyebrow hairs noticed; vision had improved greatly, and began focusing on surroundings
  • Day 59 - First solid steps forward taken
  • Day 70 - Weighs 4.4 kg
  • Day 71 - Now receiving 5 feeds a day