The Alaska Zoo in Anchorage is saying goodbye to two grizzly bear cubs.
The cubs will leave Thursday for a zoo in Indianapolis.
The youngsters were taken in by the zoo after their mother was shot and killed in August by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. The Alaska Department of Fish and Game says that, based on DNA evidence, biologists knew before they killed the bear that she had not attacked a bicyclist. But the sow is still suspected of mauling a jogger and chasing several other people this summer.
FedEx will move the cubs, accompanied by two zoo keepers from Indianapolis.