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Russian Bear Cubs on Road to Release

Rescued Russian Bears Start Road to Release
Science News by NewsLook

An international animal advocacy group rescues orphaned Russian bear cubs and raises them to release them back into the wild. The unique IFAW program helps boost the country’s brown bear population, which is preyed on by poachers. Photo Credit: KimonBerlin via Flickr.

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12:10PM PDT on May 22, 2012

Great news! Thanks.

8:09AM PDT on Apr 30, 2012

Good luck to them and THANKS a bunch for helping.

4:25PM PDT on Apr 28, 2012

Thank you IFAW -- you're the best -- now let's get rid of those unconscionables -- the poachers -- and, let's not forget -- the market that keeps those poachers in business.

4:06PM PDT on Apr 28, 2012

Good news! Thank you IFAW workers for your good job! Now let us hope all those sweeties are well protected from hunters and poachers.

4:06PM PDT on Apr 28, 2012

Good news! Thank you IFAW workers for your good job! Now let us hope all those sweeties are well protected from hunters and poachers.

4:04PM PDT on Apr 28, 2012

Good news! Thank you, IFAW workers! Now, let us hope those sweeties are well protected from hunters and poachers.

9:30PM PDT on Apr 27, 2012

awesome news...all poachers should be shot on sight, no questions asked.

7:13PM PDT on Apr 27, 2012

Thankws IFAW.
Implement a mandatory death penalty for all poachers/ hunters

6:24PM PDT on Apr 27, 2012

It's great that there is a group to rescue and rehabilitate these orphaned cubs. But they shouldn't have been orphaned in the first place.

Russians need to step to and stop poaching, by whatever means available.

6:11PM PDT on Apr 27, 2012

The problem is that they will be at risk from hunters and poachers.

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