PIC FROM THOMAS KOKTA / CATERS NEWS (Pictured: POLAR BEAR WITH TRIPLETS) - A lucky photographer has managed to photograph these adorable images that of the playful first moments in the lives of young polar bear cubs. It is believed less than 500 people have been lucky enough to witness baby polar bears when they emerge from their dens in the wild. But wildlife snapper Thomas Kokta, from Issaquah in Washington, USA, has been shooting polar bear families for the past few years carefully learning their first moves. Thomas, who travels to Manitoba, Canada, to locate these families, has witnessed not only the cuteness of baby polar bears firsthand, but also the extremely rare phenomenon of a mother bear that has given birth to surviving triplets. SEE CATERS COPY


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