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Bear Cubs Cool Off in Pool

A bear and her cubs took a dip recently in a backyard pool to cool off, ABC News reported. A homeowner recorded the cute video during record-breaking heat in Vancouver. Lyle Torgerson told the Daily Hive that two cubs came into his backyard in Metro Vancouver, alongside their mother. He watched them learn how to climb trees and then when they were ready for a break, they found the pool.
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Gatlinburg, TNWATE

Pair of orphaned bear cubs recovering at Appalachian Bear Rescue

TOWNSEND, Tenn. (WATE) — Two abandoned bear cubs found near Gatlinburg are now at the Appalachian Bear Rescue. The 5-and-half-month-old siblings seem to be in good health according to the care facility. Prost Bear is male and weighs 23.2 pounds. His sister, Cheers Bear, weighs 19.6 pounds. According to the...
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Wake Up Wyoming

Check Out This Adorable Bundle of Baby Bears in Rapid City

There is nothing more satisfying than watching baby animals. YouTube viral video sharing channel, ViralHog, recently shared a video of a group of bear cubs all snuggled up together and it may be the cutest thing I've ever seen. ViralHog posted the video along with a caption from the woman that originally filmed the footage that stated:
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Chattooga County, GAallongeorgia.com

Bear Sighting on Taliaferro Springs Road

A black bear was spotted in Chattooga County on Taliaferro Springs Road. Christy Hall says she saw the bear Monday evening on her way home from work. Prior to the 1800’s, black bears (Ursus americanus) were common throughout Georgia. Habitat loss, unrestricted hunting, and human intolerance caused a serious population decline. Thanks to sound wildlife management practices, bears have recovered to their present healthy population of about 5,100 statewide.
Saint Louis, MOwustl.edu

WashU Scholar-Champions Honored in Virtual Awards Celebration

St. Louis, Mo., June 30, 2021 – The Washington University in St. Louis Department of Athletics honored 21 student-athletes at the 35th Annual Scholar-Champions Awards Celebration, held virtually on Monday evening via the WashU Bears YouTube Channel. The Awards Celebration recognized student-athletes for their outstanding contributions to the Department of...
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Expert Guide to Spotting Animals in Yellowstone

Nearly as popular as the geysers and hot springs in Yellowstone National Park are the animals. Bison, bighorn sheep, elk, wolves and grizzly bears have become the true icons of the world’s first national park, and for good reason. They’re an integral part of a massive protected landscape that’s gone relatively unchanged since the park was established in 1872.
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