Meet Humphrey, the Toronto Zoo's newly named polar bear cub
The Canadian Press
Published Thursday, March 6, 2014 7:33AM EST
Last Updated Thursday, March 6, 2014 9:23AM EST
TORONTO -- Four months after his birth, a polar bear cub at the Toronto Zoo finally has a name -- "Humphrey."
The name was announced Thursday morning following votes submitted by more than 14,000 people in a "Name the Cub" contest at the zoo.
There were six names to choose from in balloting conducted from Feb. 11 through March 3 -- Humphrey, James, Lorek, Orson, Searik and Stirling.
"Humphrey" has also been given an additional Inuit name -- "Piujuq" (Piu), meaning "good and nice."
The cub will be formally documented as Humphrey Piujuq in the official registry at the zoo.
Humphrey lives with three adult polar bears at the zoo: his mother Aurora, father Inukshuk and aunt Nikita.
Meet Humphrey, the Toronto Zoo's newly-named polar bear cub. (Toronto Zoo)
A polar bear cub plays at the Toronto Zoo in this recent handout photo. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO - Toronto Zoo)