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A female polar bear cub is presented at the zoo in Bremerhaven, northern Germany, Wednesday, March 9, 2016. It was born on Dec. 11, 2016 and weighs already around eleven kilograms. (Carmen Jaspersen/Pool Photo via AP)

Beyoncé and the Clooneys have competition. These baby twin polar bears are the cutest.


It may be twin baby fever in Hollywood, but these baby polar bears from the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium are stealing the show. 

The zoo shared a series of videos on its Facebook page showing Aurora and her 3-month-old cubs acclimating to their new lives post-birth and documenting the baby bears' milestones. 

"The twins have been introduced to a few inches of water (coming up to their bellies), and they are huge fans!" the zoo wrote in a Facebook post.

The twins, whose sex remains unconfirmed, are eating chow and a little bit of meat.

The first photos of the cubs were released on Tuesday.

But Aurora's twins aren't the only cubs housed at the Columbus Zoo. Aurora's sister Anana also gave birth to two cubs in November, but one of them didn't survive. The zoo shared updates of Anana's cub as well. A Facebook video shows the baby polar bear curiously pawing at the camera placed in maternity den.

Polar bears, according to National Geographic, are considered "vulnerable."

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