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By Christopher Kim
Mill Creek Beacon Editor 

Burned brother bears back together again

Bear cubs receive treatment and will hibernate at PAWS Wildlife Center in Lynnwood

 

Last updated 11/19/2021 at 11:25am

Photo courtesy of PAWS Wildlife Center

The brother bear cubs are reunited after months of separate care. They get along very nicely, according to PAWS staff.

Editor's note: This story is a follow-up to the initial press release from PAWS Wildlife Center on the burned bear cubs receiving treatment during the past summer's forest fires. The story is available at https://bit.ly/3Dyxn4v

After being barely able to walk and suffering from severe second-degree burns and smoke inhalation, two orphaned bear cubs have made significant recoveries and are preparing to enter hibernation under the care of PAWS Wildlife Center in Lynnwood.

Both cub siblings, about 10 months old, were separated from their mother and injured in the past summer's 25-Mile wildfire...



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