3 Rescued Bears Released in BBP

BANGALORE: The authorities of Bannerghatta Biological Park (BBP) have rescued a female bear with two cubs aged about 10 weeks from Gubbi of Tumkur district on Wednesday, after the request from

Published: 03rd February 2012 05:24 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 05:48 PM   |  A+A-

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The cubs which were rescued from Gubbi of Tumkur district by BBP on Wednesday| Express Photo

BANGALORE: The authorities of Bannerghatta Biological Park (BBP) have rescued a female bear with two cubs aged about 10 weeks from Gubbi of Tumkur district on Wednesday, after the request from Deputy Conservator of Forest in Tumkur.

Dr R Raju, executive director of BBP said, during the examination of female bear, it was found that all canine teeth and incisors were broken into multiple fragments. Necessary first-aid was carried out on the spot and further treatment was administered at the zoo hospital at BBP. The two cubs were also examined for dehydration and treated accordingly. All the three bears have been housed in a calm place for further observations and necessary treatment.

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