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26 August 2016

Young bear rescued after she tried to chew through her paw to escape trap

One year old bear “Rainbow” tried to chew through her paw to escape a snare in China before she was discovered after being trapped for days. READ MORE  

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26 August 2016

“Thank you - you gave them sunshine!”

When tropical storm Dianmu knocked over trees at our Vietnam sanctuary damaging enclosures - it meant bears were not able to go outside. READ MORE  

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23 August 2016

Five ways we’ll help captive elephants in Vietnam

You can help stop cruelty to elephants in Asia by saying no to elephants rides – here’s five more ways Animals Asia is helping. READ MORE  

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22 August 2016

Rescued bears stuck inside after storm damages sanctuary

Animals Asia faces a repair bill and race to mend storm-damaged fences so bears rescued from bile farms can go outside at their sanctuary. READ MORE  

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17 August 2016

Sun bear set for rescue in Vietnam after being a caged pet for seven years

Bought as an exotic pet while just a cub, this seven-year-old sun bear has only ever known life behind bars - until now. READ MORE  

26 August 2016

Young bear rescued after she tried to chew through her paw to escape trap

One year old bear “Rainbow” tried to chew through her paw to escape a snare in China before she was discovered after being trapped for days.

READ MORE  

26 August 2016

“Thank you - you gave them sunshine!”

When tropical storm Dianmu knocked over trees at our Vietnam sanctuary damaging enclosures - it meant bears were not able to go outside.

READ MORE  

23 August 2016

Five ways we’ll help captive elephants in Vietnam

You can help stop cruelty to elephants in Asia by saying no to elephants rides – here’s five more ways Animals Asia is helping.

READ MORE  

22 August 2016

Rescued bears stuck inside after storm damages sanctuary

Animals Asia faces a repair bill and race to mend storm-damaged fences so bears rescued from bile farms can go outside at their sanctuary.

READ MORE  

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