This three-month-old brown bear cub was rescued after being found alone in western Russia. It was transported to Meshchyora National Park by wildlife authorities. It was kept in a rehab center while being examined. They hope that the cub will be able to reintegrate into the wild after being released. Bears as young as five months old have been found to survive on their own in the wild, and the more contact the cub has with humans the more difficult it becomes to rehabilitate. Brown bears are rare or extinct in western Russia, where they face threats from human contact.
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