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Storm peeks through the fence surrounding his pen at the Assiniboine Park Zoo Saturday.

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Storm peeks through the fence surrounding his pen at the Assiniboine Park Zoo Saturday. Photo Store

There’s a Storm brewing at the Assiniboine Park Zoo today.

Storm, a three-year-old male polar bear, will make his public debut today at International Polar Bear Conservation Centre (IPBCC) this morning. The public can see Storm and Hudson for the first time, after the two bears got to finally interact with one another earlier this week.

Storm arrived to the Winnipeg zoo on Oct. 10 after attacking a man in Churchill. Hudson, a two-year-old male, arrived to the zoo last January.

The two other polar bears in residence, both female cubs, are not yet ready to make their public debut.

The Assiniboine Park Zoo is open until 4 p.m. today.

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Updated on Saturday, November 30, 2013 at 2:15 PM CST: new photo

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