Abandoned Bear Cubs Adopted by Wisconsin Couple

Shalom Wildlife Sanctuary owners David and Lana Fechter took in twins named Lewis and Clark.
3:00 | 03/26/14

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A couple in West Bend, Wisconsin the proud parents of adopted baby twins they require a lot of attention between -- that's right. -- -- baby bear cubs Chicago Cubs -- They were born at a Chicago zoo but rejected by their mother answered David Atlanta Thatcher who happily took acute cubs in. -- named in Lewis and Clark appropriately because the baby brown bears just loved to explore. Come spring the badgers are dedicating two acres at their wildlife preserve to their new children. And will build a complete bear habitat with the punch trees and plenty of places to climb and have fun. You can find out more about the dispatchers and their plans for Lewis and Clark at Salome wildlife dot com.

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