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Lioness Lola gave birth to triplet cubs at Chelyabinsk . (Video)

Risking its life, the bear brought the baby to people. Why the animal did it is simply incredible (VIDEO)

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Jhon Doe

- October, 2022

Such a heart warming story! Thanks for sharing. With Love ❤️ from Canada 🇨🇦 Gotta Love and Respect the Wild Animals for you never know when you can use their help. Bravo to the man who saved the cub and to the Momma bear 🐻 who returned the favour. What a wonderful story of compassion from the bear. The understanding and love these animals have shows all animals know love.

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