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25 August 2014

#Moonbearmonday: Cool, calm Crystal

Crystal has been at CBRC since its earliest days. In which time her cool, calm eyes have seen many changes and so many more bears arrive.

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22 August 2014

Report: Farmed bears aren’t farmed - they’re trafficked

A key report from wildlife trade monitors, TRAFFIC, has outlined the extent of bear trafficking in Asia – a situation worsened by the existence of bear bile farms.

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22 August 2014

Blind bear can see again thanks to skilled vets

A young blind moon bear that had learned to live and play in complete darkness has had his sight returned.

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20 August 2014

Animals Asia CEO performs “emergency surgery”

When Animals Asia founder and CEO, Jill Robinson MBE was in Nanning recently for another week of health checks, she found time to "save" Monkey King and keep bear cub Smudge very happy.

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19 August 2014

#moonbearmonday: Rescued Fynn reaches for the sky

Rescued from a small cage in 2010 where he was farmed for his bile - find out why freedom-loving Fynn's been a high climber ever since.

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19 August 2014

Canine care cartoons set to boost animal welfare

See the cartoons that will be used to educate children on dog care, first in Hong Kong and then China. The images will be shared online and used as part of Animals Asia's cat and dog welfare education programme.

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19 August 2014

Dog trafficking ban reduces illegal imports to a trickle

Read how a historic agreement to stem the trafficking of dogs between Thailand and Vietnam for the meat trade is holding firm.

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11 August 2014

#moonbearmonday Faith’s ever-changing foods

Supermarkets stocked with imports mean it’s easy to become spoilt in expecting to see all fruit and veg available all year round - but in Vietnam fruit is seasonal which is good news for the bears.

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