Aldo Orphaned Black Bear Cub

A teenager illegally plucked a black bear cub from the woods and took it HOME – but soon called for help after realising the family had no idea how to care for it. The bear, which could eventually grow to 6ft tall and 600lbs, stayed briefly at the end of April before the family took it to Wildlife Images Rehabilitation Center in Oregon, USA. The center promptly contacted Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife who gave zoo keeper Michelle Schireman a call.

A teenager illegally plucked a black bear cub from the woods and took it HOME - but soon called for help after realising the family had no idea how to care for it. The bear, which could eventually grow to 6ft tall and 600lbs, stayed briefly at the end of April before the family took it to Wildlife Images Rehabilitation Center in Oregon, USA. The center promptly contacted Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife who gave zoo keeper Michelle Schireman a call.

A teenager illegally plucked a black bear cub from the woods and took it HOME - but soon called for help after realising the family had no idea how to care for it. The bear, which could eventually grow to 6ft tall and 600lbs, stayed briefly at the end of April before the family took it to Wildlife Images Rehabilitation Center in Oregon, USA. The center promptly contacted Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife who gave zoo keeper Michelle Schireman a call.

A teenager illegally plucked a black bear cub from the woods and took it HOME - but soon called for help after realising the family had no idea how to care for it. The bear, which could eventually grow to 6ft tall and 600lbs, stayed briefly at the end of April before the family took it to Wildlife Images Rehabilitation Center in Oregon, USA. The center promptly contacted Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife who gave zoo keeper Michelle Schireman a call.

A teenager illegally plucked a black bear cub from the woods and took it HOME - but soon called for help after realising the family had no idea how to care for it. The bear, which could eventually grow to 6ft tall and 600lbs, stayed briefly at the end of April before the family took it to Wildlife Images Rehabilitation Center in Oregon, USA. The center promptly contacted Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife who gave zoo keeper Michelle Schireman a call.