It's been almost two weeks since Yona, the Museum of Life and Sciences' new bear, went on display.
The one-year-old, rescued from the side of a Tennessee road, joins the museum's four other bears. And while the transition can be tough, Sherry Samuels, the museum's animal department director, tells me that overall Yona is doing really well.
Museum staff have paired her with four-year-old Gus, who they thought would be the most welcoming. Black bears are solitary animals. But the two have apparently hit it off.