Bear Cub Caught Trying To Sneak Into Canada From U.S. By Border Patrol

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Bear Cub Caught Trying To Sneak Into Canada From U.S. By Border Patrol

Okay, this is just un-bear-ably cute…

With Google searches of “move to Canada” skyrocketing in the United States this week, it seems a number of our southern neighbours are considering heading north… but it appears they aren’t the only ones. Earlier this week, Canadian Border Services caught an unusual, four-legged suspect trying to cross the border between Canada and the U.S. without any travel documentation. On November 4, a bear cub was spotted attempting to force its way into the country at a border crossing between Stewart, British Columbia and Hyder, Alaska, but officers were able to safely apprehend the furry culprit.

A traveller sought entry for essential reasons, but had no travel documents. After a forceful attempt on its part to…

Posted by Canada Border Services Agency on Wednesday, November 4, 2020


The small female black bear cub was transferred to the Northern Lights Wildlife Society near Smithers in northern B.C. According to a report to CTV News, the animal rescue society had been looking for the wandering bear, whose mother is believed to have been killed in a vehicle accident. The society plans to provide the bear with a safe and healthy environment during the winter and release her by the summer.

[Featured Image Source: Facebook / Canada Border Services Agency]

Annie the Border Cub has settled in well. As she is only 21lb she will not hibernate (she should be around 50lb) and be…

Posted by Northern Lights Wildlife Society on Thursday, November 5, 2020

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