Tiny polar bear cub makes relentless effort to stand up for the first time

A German adventure park has captured footage showing an adorable polar bear cub doing his best to stand up for the very first time at a little over a month of age.

The video shot by Tierpark Berlin shows the adorable youngster relentlessly trying to get up on his little paws, unfazed by the countless failed attempts.

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Tierpark Berlin Zoo in Germany

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Black panther twins are presented to the public at the Tierpark zoo in Berlin, July 13, 2012. The cubs were born end of April and named Remaong and Farra.

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Tierpark Berlin Zoo in Germany on 12/06/2014 

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Tierpark Berlin Zoo in Germany

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Missoula, a seven-week-old puma cub, walks in an enclosure during a display at the Tierpark Zoo in Berlin May 30, 2012. The female cub, weighing 570 grams after its birth, is the first successful puma offspring in the zoo for nearly 22 years, the zoo's website said.

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A keeper bottle-feeds baby tiger Alisha on February 2, 2015 at the Tierpark zoo in Berlin. Alisha and two siblings were born on December 10, 2014 at the zoo. Two cubs died after eleven days, as their mother had not enough milk for them all, and keepers decided to bottle-feed Alisha.

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Tierpark Berlin Zoo in Germany on 06/6/2014

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Tierpark Berlin Zoo in Germany

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Its mother, seven-year-old Tonja, can be seen checking on her baby from time to time and nursing it as the cub continues in its efforts.

The yet-to-be-named cub was born on November 3 together with a twin who passed away after a few days, the park said.

The cub weighs about four kilograms by now. Its gender will be determined during the cub's first medical examination scheduled to take place early next year.

But Tonya needs to feel comfortable leaving the cub alone for the staff to be able to separate the two and proceed with the check-up, the park explained.

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