Two more bears rescued in Binh Duong

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Four Paws, an international animal welfare organisation, co-operated with authorities of the southern province of Binh Duong rescued two Tibetan bears.

The bears have been raised at a facility at Binh Chuan Ward, Thuan An Town for 15 years. Each of them was kept in a cage of just 10 square metres. 


The two bears were raised in Binh Duong’s Thuan An Town for 15 years

The animals were then given an anaesthetic for the medical check-up.

The organisation will also rescue three more bears in Dong Nai Province tomorrow, March 12.

Four Paws director Ngo Thi Mai Huong said the centre has operated a bear sanctuary in the northern province of Ninh Binh.


The animals were then given an anaesthetic for the medical check-up

The rescued bears in Binh Duong and Dong Nai provinces will be also taken to the sanctuary. Three veterinary surgeons, including one from Austria, have joined the rescue.

By late 2017, six Tibetan bears were successfully rescued from a farm in Thuan An Town, Binh Duong and then were brought to the Vietnam Bear Sanctuary in Tam Dao National Park of Vinh Phuc Province.

The Tibetan bear has been listed among endangered species by International Union for Conservation of Nature.



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