Kermode bear makes Kamloops home

There are probably only a few hundred Kermode bears, or spirit bears, in the world.

Most live on the central and north coast of B.C.
But now there is one in captivity, an orphan named Clover.
   
As of last week he calls the B.C. Wildlife Park in Kamloops home.

The park just showed him off for the first time to reporters.
Our Josh Pagé was there, and saw the special relationship between clover and one of his handlers.

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