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    Four bear cubs found orphaned last year in central and northern California were released back into the wild this month, the San Diego Humane Society said. The cubs, three sisters and a lone male, were all about 7 months old when found. They were placed in the care of the Ramona Wildlife Center, northeast of San Diego. “It is always our goal to return a wild animal to their natural habitat and to see that these four bears get a second chance where they belong is extremely rewarding,” Andy Blue, campus director for the wildlife center, said in a release. The male was found in August in Plumas County during the Dixie fire. The cub reportedly approached firefighters in the area and was found with burned paws, the humane society said. The three females were found in September in a residential garage in Mariposa County, east of Modesto. A bear that was presumed to be their mother was found dead nearby. At the time they were found, the cubs were close to weaning age but still would have been with...
    (CNN) — A South Lake Tahoe resident who had heard strange noises under the house for months deiscovered there were five bears living there. For months the renter, who chooses to remain anonymous, had heard occasional noises like that of purring beneath the floorboards. They asked neighbors if they were hearing the same noise, but everything was quiet on their end. Finally, last week, they began to suspect it could be a bear, and they called for advice from the BEAR League, a nonprofit group that works to keep bears in the area safe. It turned out it was not a bear, but five bears — a mother and four cubs. Ann Bryant, executive director of BEAR League,  told CNN Thursday the bears had likely been hibernating under the house since the beginning of December. The noises the renter heard were likely the bears snoring, nursing or rolling around, Bryant said. “Bears don’t hibernate deeply, they go into a lighter state of torpor,” she added. When BEAR League staffers arrived, the mother bear had made her way out of an opening...
    (CNN)One South Lake Tahoe,California, renter had some unknown house guests living underneath their house.For months the renter, who chooses to remain anonymous, had heard occasional noises like that of purring beneath the floorboards, but thought nothing of it.They asked neighbors if they were hearing the same noise, but everything was quiet on their end.Finally this week, more rumblings prompted them to believe those noises could have been a bear. That's when they called the BEAR League, a non profit group that works to keep bears in the area safe, to check out the house.Hank the Tank, a 500-pound bear, was blamed for Lake Tahoe break-ins. But DNA evidence tells a different storyWhat they discovered underneath were five black bears: a mama and four cubs.Read MoreExecutive director of BEAR League, Ann Bryant, told CNN Thursday the bears had likely been hibernating under the house since the beginning of December.The noises the renter heard were likely the bears snoring, nursing, or rolling around, Bryant said. "Bears don't hibernate deeply, they go into a lighter state of torpor," she added.When BEAR League was...
    A POLAR bear lies on an ice block with its bum in the air — one of a string of comedy poses it pulled for watching photographers. They encountered the performing bear on an expedition to the archipelago of Svalbard, Norway. 1A performing polar bear put on a show for photographersCredit: Solent Frede Lamo, 52, said: “It looked like he was trying to impress us for about 35 minutes.” Earlier this year adorable polar bear cubs were see waving at photographers in Manitoba, Canada. And last year in Churchill, Canada, polar bear cubs were seen venturing out of their den and into the snow for the very first time. Most read in The US SunJENNA IS MIA Fans of The Today Show want to know about Jenna Bush Hager's whereaboutsNAME GAME Kardashian fans reveal NEW theory Kourtney's son Mason leaked Kylie's baby nameSHEER EXCITEMENT Khloe Kardashian flaunts curves in sheer pants & tight bodysuitSOME-BUNNY SPECIAL Kylie SHOCKS fans with price of Easter pillow in her $36M LA mansion
    Two polar bear cubs walked hundreds of miles to return to humans at an Arctic gas field who had fed them scraps of food. The orphaned brothers called Khara and Savey had been airlifted into the wild Russian tundra to get them away from people. A video shows them being left in the middle of nowhere with a supply of more than 440 pounds of food to get them started in the wild. The bear brothers, Khara and Savey, are named after the shift workers who fed them at the Kharasaveyskoye gas installation The bear pair covered around 375 miles in total on the Yamal peninsula which is mostly made up of permafrost in northern Russia Khara and Savey walked hundreds of miles across the frozen Russian tundra The two cubs had more than 440 pounds of food to get them started in the wild, but the human connection proved hard to shake RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Having a snowblast! Adorable rare polar bear triplets cuddle... Here's Wally! Wandering walrus is spotted...
    TWO polar bear cubs wrestle in the snow — as their exhausted mum takes a well-earned nap. The four-month-olds had just emerged from their den in Manitoba, Canada, and were photographed by Brian Matthews from Durham. 3 Two polar bear cubs wrestle in the snow — as their exhausted mum takes a well-earned nap 3 The bears’ mother looked completely exhausted after emerging from their den The 43-year-old said: “These cubs are between three and four months old. “They constantly want to play and fight and were annoying their mother as she tried to rest and clean her fur in the snow. “Eventually the mother resorted to pinning them down under her legs for some rest – but they just kept wriggling out.” The snapper added: “I felt very lucky to be able to see something as amazing as this, with such relaxed bears.” 3 ‘Eventually the mother resorted to pinning them down under her legs for some rest – but they just kept wriggling out’ Sir David Attenborough warns we face the...
    From a baby bunny to a cheetah cub, these photos capture some of the most adorable animals from around the world.  The snaps were taken by amateur and professional wildlife photographers, with the very best examples collated in an online gallery by Bored Panda.  Highlights include a hedgehog cuddling with a toy hedgehog as he slept and two bear cubs strolling behind their mother.   Another snap shows the sweetest looking hippo swimming around underwater and looking as if it couldn't possibly be the owner of huge, strong teeth. These happy little Quokkas that almost exclusively live on Rottnest Island, Australia, are perfectly happy snuggled up with a leaf This lovely little pair of American stoats look like we've quite interrupted their stroll across the road and they'd like to get back to their business This tiny bunny in a garden deserve a prize for being this tiny and round, it's almost unbearable These three Alaskan brown bears walking along the beach got their timing just right, and their bouncy little feet pads are wonderfully in sync RELATED ARTICLES ...
    This is the moment three bear cubs' hilarious attempts to get into a hammock were caught on camera. Holidaymakers in the Smoky Mountains filmed the bears being comically flipped onto the ground each time they tried to climb on board the hammock. At the start of the clip, filmed on October 5, one of the bears has managed to get into the hanging bed. But they are soon tipped out when a sibling clumsily tries to join them. The trio of cubs fall onto their backs after their joint attempt to get into the rope hammock in the Smoky Mountains near Gatlinburg, Tennessee Two of the three cuddly creatures then try to employ some teamwork by attempting to get in the hammock together. Unfortunately for them, this does not work either as they are sent flying over the hammock and onto their furry backs. The unnamed filmer, who shared the footage online yesterday, said: 'During a short family vacation to the Smoky Mountains, we heard some noise outside our cabin. 'To our surprise, we discovered three bear cubs playing on the...
    SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. (KGO) -- It was a sudden pool party that appeared before one conveniently-placed photographer.VIDEO: SoCal family's dog wants to go play with mama bear, cubs in backyard EMBED More News Videos A Sierra Madre family's dog rang a bell repeatedly because she wanted to go out and play with a mama bear and two cubs swimming in the backyard. Three black bears took over a pond in South Lake Tahoe, California, but they didn't appear to be too relaxed.RELATED: Hungry SoCal bear performs balancing act trying to reach bird feederIn video posted last week, one bear seemed to tap the other on the shoulder and ask the other to move from their spot.The person who shared this video, jokingly named them Larry, Curly, and Moe after 'The Three Stooges'.RELATED: Mother bear and cub enjoy afternoon on school playground
    (CBS DETROIT) – Meet Larke, the polar bear cub, and Jebbie, the grizzly cub, who both reside at the Detroit Zoo. Jebbie was found alone in Alaska, with no family before the Detroit Zoo took her in. READ MORE: Delta Wants Other Airlines To Share ‘No-Fly’ Lists To Help Stop Unruly Passengers Larke fell sick for a few months after birth and wasn’t able to go back to her mother or sister. So, zoo officials decided they could use each other, and now, they are inseparable. READ MORE: Veteran Needs Help With Home Repairs You can see both cubs for yourself at the Detroit Zoo. © 2021 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. MORE NEWS: Applications Open Sept. 27 For Wayne County Emergency Rental Assistance Program   Related
    Video footage captured the moment a mama bear and three cubs peered in the windows of a South Lake Tahoe home while the area was evacuated because of the Caldor wildfire. The footage was recorded by California homeowner Azadeh Nolan's doorbell camera on September 2. It begins with with the mama bear at the door of the home, sniffing around the area.  She is then accompanied by three cubs who follow the mother on the porch of the home.  A mama bear and her three cubs were captured on a doorbell camera in a home in South Lake Tahoe The animals were seen wandering around the porch of the California home of Azadeh Nolan Bears have been known to stalk homes near their habitats to search for food and other resources After the cubs continue to walk around and explore, it appears as if the animals hear something which frightens two of the cubs away. One of the remaining cubs continues to investigate near the door which the mother was doing earlier.  The mother then goes to...
    DOUGLAS COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – Bear cubs and what appears to be their mother tried to cool off in a pond at Roxborough State Park in Douglas County. Video from a Colorado Parks and Wildlife game camera caught the midday swim last week. (credit: CPW) Wildlife officers say this is a popular watering hole at the park. READ MORE: Oil Springs Fire Grows To Nearly 7,400 Acres Near Colorado-Utah Border The black bear cubs are getting more comfortable with the water, one more than the other it seems! #roxboroughstatepark pic.twitter.com/HguIL3WXPn READ MORE: Mesa Verde Extends Hours, Adds More Tour Tickets To Accommodate Parks Popularity — Ranger_Tiffany (@RangerTMcCauley) June 22, 2021 MORE NEWS: Great Hall Project: New Floors & Seating Areas In Jeppesen Terminal Completed Two days prior, two bear cubs and their mother were seen sniffing and trying to climb a tree in the park.
    DOUGLAS COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – New video from the Colorado Parks and Wildlife features two Colorado bear cubs taking their shots at climbing a tree as their mother sniffed the scent post. Ranger Tiffany McCauley shared video from June 17 at Roxborough State Park. She says the cubs seem to be catching on quickly. READ MORE: 21 Pounds Of Meth And 1 Pound Of Fentanyl Pills Found During Traffic Stop In Eagle County Climbing practice at the scent post, seems the cubs are catching on fast! They will travel and learn from their mother till they part next spring. #roxboroughstatepark pic.twitter.com/M6Ns4iP313 — Ranger_Tiffany (@RangerTMcCauley) June 22, 2021 READ MORE: Fire Restrictions At Denvers Mountain Parks Now In Effect The cubs will continue to learn from their mother until next spring when they all separate. MORE NEWS: Fourth Stimulus Check: Will You Get Another Relief Payment?  
    A California teen who charged at a huge brown bear in the backyard of her home says it was a split-second decision she made in order to save her beloved dogs.  Hailey Morinico, 17, was seen on her home surveillance camera Monday charging towards the predator after it clambered atop a wall outside her Braford residence.  The mother bear was with her  two young cubs looking for food before she began pawing at Morinico's four barking canines.  'Honestly, I did not know it was a bear until right after I pushed it,' Morinico told Good Morning America on Wednesday of the now-viral footage that shows her beating the bear away from her pooches.  'I didn't know I had it in me to be honest. Who does that? Who in their right mind pushes a bear?'  Hailey Morinico is speaking out after charging at a huge brown bear who appeared in the backyard of her home The dog's owner, identified only as 'cousin Hailey' by TikToker @bakedlikepie, does the unthinkable and shoves the wild bear off of the garden wall...
    Human remains have been found in the stomachs of two of three black bears that were euthanized after they mauled a woman to death in Colorado while she was out walking her dogs.  The 39-year-old woman, who has not been publicly identified, was found dead by her boyfriend on a rural trail near Durango, in the state's south-west, on Friday.  When authorities arrived they found bear scat and hair near the scene before a dog search team located a female black bear and her two cubs nearby. The three bears were euthanized and Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials performed a necropsy, which is similar to a human autopsy.  Human remains were found inside the stomachs of the bear and one of her cubs.  The 39-year-old woman, who has not been publicly identified, was found dead by her boyfriend on a rural trail near Durango, in the state's south-west, on Friday. When authorities arrived (pictured above is the scene) they found bear scat and hair near the scene before a dog search team located a female black bear and her two cubs nearby The bears...
    This is the adorable moment two orphan polar bears got their first swimming lesson from an adoptive human foster mother.  The cubs were born in captivity in December to a mother who refused to feed and raise them but six women at a Russian safari park stepped in to care for the helpless crying pair.  Video footage shows the 16-week cubs - one male, one female - beginning their all-important swimming lessons with one of their dedicated team of carers at the Gelendzhik Safari Park on the Black Sea.  The polar bears, recently christened Yermak and Arktika-Avrora, were initially uncertain at first about the water  Video footage shows the 16-week cubs - one male, one female - beginning their all-important swimming lessons with one of their dedicated team of carers at the Gelendzhik Safari Park on the Black Sea The duo spent quite a while on 'shore', trying to persuade their 'mum' Elena Milovidova, 31, out of the pool by yelling and pulling her by her gloves RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    This is beary relatable. Footage of a mama bear trying to coax her four meandering cubs across a busy Connecticut road has sent Facebook users into stitches, with parents likening the wild animal’s struggle to get her little ones from point A to B to life with their own kids. On Monday, the Winchester Police Department posted a funny four-minute clip of a mama bear trying to get her cute cubs across Rowley Street, which has a posted speed limit of 40 mph. The Associated Press reports that the bears had actually stopped traffic on Sunday, when they fortunately had the protection of a police cruiser to block motorists. MOM UPSET AFTER BABY'S BLUETOOTH NIGHTLIGHT ALLEGEDLY PICKS UP AUDIO FROM NEIGHBOR'S ADULT FILM As seen in the footage, the mother bear picks up one cub with her mouth to carry it to a grassy area on the other side… only to have another cub scamper back into the road, and start the struggle all over again. "The weather is getting nicer and the wildlife is coming out to play! Please use caution while driving and...
    A video of a black bear is blowing up the internet for all the right reasons. In a video tweeted by @EoinHiggins_, a big black bear could be seen hauling her cubs across a street as cars waited for her to finish the job. (SLIDESHOW: These Women On Instagram Hate Wearing Clothes) Of all the videos you see today, this one will be among the best. (SLIDESHOW: 142 Times Josephine Skriver Barely Wore Anything) Bearenting pic.twitter.com/zimjbXzf4B — Flag Smasher (@EoinHiggins_) March 28, 2021 At the moment, the tweet from @EoinHiggins_ has nearly 177,000 retweets and more than 721,000 likes, which are just outrageous amounts for Twitter. (SLIDESHOW: 71 Times Samantha Hoopes Stripped Down) It’s really not hard to see why. That’s without a doubt one of the coolest videos I’ve ever seen. Everything about it was so wholesome. (SLIDESHOW: This Blonde Bombshell Might Be The Hottest Model On The Internet) You also have to love how the mother bear had to repeatedly make extra trips because the cubs kept wandering off. (SLIDESHOW: 60 Times Abigail Ratchford Wore Almost Nothing)...
    A POLAR bear cub gazes adoringly at its mum after emerging from their den for the first time. The mother then dozed in the snow while the two-month-old played nearby with its siblings. 8These adorable polar bear cubs were spotted emerging out of their den for the very first timeCredit: SWNS:South West News Service 8The cute siblings are seen playing inquisitively in the snowCredit: SWNS:South West News Service Brian Matthews, 42, captured the “humbling” scene near Churchill, northern Canada. He said: "It was very humbling to be able to see something that very, very few people get to see. "The cubs were really interested in the world in general, they were investigating and playing in the snow, smelling trees, looking around and generally getting their bearings. "They seemed quite confident running about and playing in the snow, as long as they weren't too far from their mother. 8Their sleepy mum gets some well earned restCredit: SWNS:South West News Service 8The tiny cubs are just a couple of months oldCredit: SWNS:South West News Service Most read in NewsWarningSICK ABUSEMan 'tortured &...
    The Coast Guard captured the moment they rescued a skier after he was mauled by a brown bear who was with her cubs in Alaska's backcountry over the weekend. An MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter crew from Air Station Sitka hoisted the man who suffered injuries to his head and hands after being attacked on a mountain during a backcountry skiing outing on Saturday. He was flown to Juneau where medics were waiting to transport him to a hospital.  The Coast Guard said they received a request for the helicopter hoist from Alaska State Troopers at about 3.20pm on Saturday. 'The helicopter crew located the man and two other skiers in his party about 10 miles northwest of Haines at an elevation of 1,600 feet, just above Chilkoot Lake,' a statement from the Coast Guard reads.  Scroll down for video  The Coast Guard captured the moment they rescued a skier after he was mauled by a brown bear in Alaska backcountry over the weekend. A member of the Coast Guard is seen on the ground and approaching the victim  Authorities said...
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