Two grizzly cubs who were removed from the Yellowstone region after their mother had to be put down, are now on display at a zoo in Ohio.

Last year, a hiker was found dead inside Yellowstone National Park, and the body had been partially consumed.

Biologists say a female grizzly bear was responsible, however the consumption was not normal for a mother, when it is defending its young.

The bear was put down, and her two female cubs were sent to the Toledo Zoo.

Recently, the cubs named Cody and Montana, along with a male from Alaska, named Dodge, were unveiled to the public

All three cubs are about one and one-half years old.