A bear cub has seen peeping through the U.S. – Canada border crossing office window in northern British Columbia. Officers in border crossing office have apprehended the bear cub immediately. And they informed Smithers’ Northern Lights Wildlife Society to transfer it. The Canada Border Service Agency stated in facebook that, “A traveler sought entry for essential reasons, but had no travel documents.”
This cub was looking for foods and he has lost her mother. An animal rescue center which has located nearby tis office sates to Canadian news source that they have tracked this bear for a month. And they were hoping to help it to survive in winter since it is hard to find food in winter for this little bear.
However, this little bear cub got a name called Annie , the “Little Orphan Annie.” Finally, Northern Lights Wildlife society provides shelter to Annie during the winter. They are planning to help it through the winter and release back to the jungle in the summer.
Photo credit to Canada Border Services Agency
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