Photos: Rescued bears moving to North Texas

Photos: Rescued bears moving to North Texas

Credit: International Exotic Animal Sanctuary

Eight-year-old male Asiatic bear. Tank is a little more laid back than Asia and tends to just go with the flow. He seems very content in his new home and has already found himself a favorite spot within his acre habitat. He likes to lounge around, enjoying the shade of trees and vines. He also has proven that, despite his prior mistreatment, he wants to become friends with his new human friends and enjoys having our behaviorist scratch the top of his head or his neck and chin. He is truly a loving bear.

Print
Email
|

by International Exotic Animal Sanctuary

International Exotic Animal Sanctuary

Posted on July 8, 2013 at 8:38 PM

On Tuesday. the International Exotic Animal Sanctuary in Boyd, Texas, will introduce 11 bears that were saved from roadside concrete pits where they suffered abuse and neglect. With their arrival, the International Exotic Animal Sanctuary will house the largest population of bears in the state.

Click here to view the photo slideshow.

Print
Email
|