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Baby Bear stopped at the Canada-US border without documentation

This little cutie peeked through the window of a border crossing on the border between the USA and Canada in northern British Columbia. The Canada Border Service Agency jokes on Facebook: “A traveler sought entry for essential reasons but had no travel documents.” Of course, the officers on site immediately arrested the young animal. “After a forcible attempt to cross the border, our officers moved quickly to capture them and forward them to the Smithers’ Northern Lights Wildlife Society for the winter,” the agency said. The baby bear was reportedly foraging for food. A nearby animal rescue center told Canadian news source CTV News that they have been tracking the bear for a month in hopes of helping him survive the winter. The little explorer lost her mother and was named Annie after “Little Orphan Annie”. Fortunately, the shelter was able to bring little Annie to the Northern Lights Wildlife Society. They plan to help her through the winter and release her back into the wild in the summer.

This little cutie peeked through the window of a border crossing on the border between the USA and Canada in northern British Columbia.

The Canada Border Service Agency jokes on Facebook: “A traveler sought entry for essential reasons but had no travel documents.”

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Of course, the local officials arrested the young animal immediately.

“After a forcible attempt to cross the border, our officers moved quickly to capture them and transfer them to the Smithers’ Northern Lights Wildlife Society for the winter,” the agency said.

The baby bear was reportedly looking for food. A nearby animal rescue center told Canadian news source CTV News that they have been tracking the bear for a month in hopes of helping him survive the winter.

The little explorer lost her mother and was named Annie after “Little Orphan Annie”.

This content is imported from Facebook. You may find the same content in a different format, or you may find more information on the website.

Fortunately, the shelter was able to bring little Annie to the Northern Lights Wildlife Society. They plan to help her through the winter and release her back into the wild in the summer.

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