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Orphaned bear rescued in Pacific Northwest
NEW YORK (WABC) -- An orphaned baby bear has a new home with some humans in the Pacific Northwest.
The cub was found by some loggers on the side of a road in Oregon.
The mother bear was nowhere in the area.
The cub was taken to a wildlife center in Washington state, where staff members say she is healthy and has gained weight since arriving.
They plan to release the bear into the wild next spring.
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