New Hampshire bears inhabit 5,000 bears, hence White Mountain National Forest, home to a unique species. One day, a state soldier, Thomas Owens, saw a bear cub in distress, stopped his patrol car, and noticed an uncle bear and four other cubs moving back and forth down the road. And also waited for a while until he saw one of the cubs falling behind and encouraged the mother and her cub to keep up with her and the other cubs. The little boy was reluctant to walk and stopped in the middle of the road, and his mother made him walk, but the cub was too weak to stand up again. Instead, the mother tried, but she took the other three cubs into the woods, leaving the weak calf behind.
Seeing this happening, Owens wanted to help the sick cub, which he called New Hampshire Fish and Wildlife. He waited impatiently and was a little scared because he knew he might get in trouble if the bear returned.
On the other hand, he knew that the baby needed help. Eventually, the cub was taken to a rehab center and helped to care for the cub. He was able to take a picture with the little boy as follows.
The mother bear left her other cub that day because he was sick because of the bitter truth. Fish and wildlife officials found the abandoned cub and fortunately could locate him before it was too late. The cub is now well treated and will soon be reunited with his mother and siblings safely and healthily.
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