A polar bear which was found roaming around a village in eastern Russia, hundreds of kilometres away from its usual habitat, has been airlifted home.
Its natural habitat is the northern arctic region of Chukotka, which environmentalists say is being reduced by the impact of climate change.
The bear was spotted on Wednesday by locals in the village of Tilichiki. Its natural habitat is thought to be some 700km away in the northern arctic region around Chukotka.
Hertha seemed happy with the choice, enthusiastically chasing her own personalised football.
A Russian Arctic archipelago has been on high alert since Saturday over an "invasion" of polar bears in the main settlement.
The 27-day old youngster is spending its days sleeping, nursing and cuddling up to its mother.