Model Of Knut The Polar Bear Goes On Display At Natural History Museum In Berlin : Photo d'actualité

Model Of Knut The Polar Bear Goes On Display At Natural History Museum In Berlin

BERLIN, GERMANY - FEBRUARY 15: A visitor uses an Apple iPad to take a picture of a model of Knut the polar bear, featuring his original fur on display in the Natural History Museum (Naturkundemuseum) on February 15, 2013 in Berlin, Germany. Though Knut, the world-famous polar bear from the city's zoo abandoned by his mother and ultimately immortalized as a cartoon film character, stuffed toys, and more temporarily as a gummy bear, died two years ago, he will live on additionally as a partially-taxidermied specimen in the museum. Until March 15, the dermoplastic model of the ursine celebrity will be on display before it joins the museum's archive, though visitors can see it once again as part of a permanent exhibition that begins in 2014. (Photo by Adam Berry/Getty Images)
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BERLIN, GERMANY - FEBRUARY 15: A visitor uses an Apple iPad to take a picture of a model of Knut the polar bear, featuring his original fur on display in the Natural History Museum (Naturkundemuseum) on February 15, 2013 in Berlin, Germany. Though Knut, the world-famous polar bear from the city's zoo abandoned by his mother and ultimately immortalized as a cartoon film character, stuffed toys, and more temporarily as a gummy bear, died two years ago, he will live on additionally as a partially-taxidermied specimen in the museum. Until March 15, the dermoplastic model of the ursine celebrity will be on display before it joins the museum's archive, though visitors can see it once again as part of a permanent exhibition that begins in 2014. (Photo by Adam Berry/Getty Images)
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