Animals·Posted on Oct 8, 2015These Two Sun Bears Are Roly Poly CutiesAs a part of the zoo's conservation and research programs, bears Milli and Toni have a new home!by Sami MainBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Sun bears are back at Chester Zoo! Chester Zoo This endangered species hasn't been around this zoo since 1976 until this week! Milli and Toni made their grand arrival and are getting used to their new abode. Chester Zoo Sun bears are native to Southeast Asia, so their habitat will have "plenty of trees to climb and places where they can forage for fruits, berries and nuts," the zoo said. Chester Zoo Also included in the habitat: the perfect lens flare. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Chester Zoo Don't worry, they're not making fun of you! Sun bears use their tongues to eat "termites and ants, beetle larvae, bee larvae, honey" and lots of fruits. Chester Zoo Sun bears, which are the smallest of all the bear species, are dwindling in numbers due to deforestation and poaching. Chester Zoo These two bears were rescued as cubs by a conservation team working in Cambodia. Toni's mother was killed by poachers, while Milli was living as a poorly treated pet. Chester Zoo But they're both doing much better now, even if they seem a little grumpy at times. Chester Zoo And they're totally getting used to all the treats their new space has to offer. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Chester Zoo Congrats, Milli and Toni! Chester Zoo And welcome home. Chester Zoo To learn more about the zoo's conservation efforts, click here!