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´╗┐Adorable baby polar bear gets her name

Subscribe to USA TODAYAlready a print edition subscriber, but don't have a login?Activate your digital access.Manage your account settings.My AccountLog OutCOLUMBUS (KDKA) A small polar bear being hand raised by zoo officials has been named "Nora."According to WBNS TV,that's the name voters from all across the world picked a polar bear cub at the Columbus Zoo.The adorable cub has been hand raised by zoo officials after her mother stopped caring for her when she was about a week old.The zoo launched a vote last month to name the tiny bear, giving voters four possible choices: Desna, Kaya, Nora or Sakari."This rare birth is special not just for the Columbus Zoo community, but for people around the globe. For that reason, we wanted to invite all of this cub's fans to be a part of her identity," said Tom Stalf, president and CEO of the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium. "We also hope that this effort raises awareness and support of the polar bear species in the wild, the population of which is increasingly threatened."PHOTOS:ADORABLE animals from around the worldADORABLE animals from around the worldDema (male) the 26 day old endangered Sumatran Tiger cub cuddles up to 5 month old female Orangutan, Irma at the 'Taman Safari Indonesia' Animal Hospital, on February 26, 2007 in Cisarua, Bogor Regency, West Java, Indonesia. Irma and another orangutan have been rejected by their mothers while two Sumatran tiger cubs (including Dema) also born in the hospital, have also been rejected by their mother Cicis and are being looked after by staff at the Animal Hospital. Dimas Ardian Getty ImagesDema (male) the 26 day old endangered Sumatran Tiger cub cuddles up to 5 month old female Orangutan, Irma at the 'Taman Safari Indonesia' Animal Hospital, on February 26, 2007 in Cisarua, Bogor Regency, West Java, Indonesia. Irma and another orangutan have been rejected by their mothers while two Sumatran tiger cubs (including Dema) also born in the hospital, have also been rejected by their mother Cicis and are being looked after by staff at the Animal Hospital. Dimas Ardian Getty ImagesTwo of a record number of cygnets have been born at Abbotsbury Swannery that was hit with bird flu earlier this year, try to shelter from the rain on May 29, 2008 in Weymouth, England. A number of wild mute swans and a Canada Goose tested positive for the virulent H5N1 strain of the disease in January. However, less than six months later, the swannery, which is home to a herd of 800 wild swans, is expecting more than 600 cygnets this season and is having one of its busiest hatching seasons ever. According to DEFRA (Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs), the outbreak was probably introduced by an infected migratory bird and that the Abbotsbury swans may have developed some kind of immunity to the disease, which prevented it from spreading much further. Matt Cardy Men Canada Goose Chateau Parka Tan Australia Shop Getty Images