Europe: A 3-year-old Brown bear has been rescued and has arrived from Natuurhulpcentrum Opglabbeek in Belgium on Friday, April 29.
The baby bear is named as Byara, and a family-run zoo with over 180 different species of mammals, birds and reptiles from all around the world, Five Sisters Zoo in West Lothian has shared a video of that cute animal on the Social Media in she is roaming and enjoying in her new home.
On the official Facebook account of Five Sisters Zoo, they have shared the pictures along with the videos, and they have mentioned in the statement, “The three-year-old rescue Brown Bear arrived with us yesterday from Natuurhulpcentrum Opglabbeek in Belgium.”
Moreover, they have stated, “She is already feeling right at home and spent most of her first day playing and exploring her new surroundings! We are hoping that she will eventually be introduced to Eso, our other female Brown Bear.”
“We would like to express our thanks to The Society for the Protection of Homeless Animals Priyut, Bears In Mind, Naturhulpcentrum and everyone else who made this rescue possible.”
Along with this, they added, “If you are visiting, be sure to pop by our two-acre woodland enclosure to see if you can spot Eso or Byara!”
In addition, in their next post, they highlighted, “Running into the weekend like… We are delighted with the way Byara has settled in to her new home so far. Keep an eye out for her and Eso in our woodland enclosure on your next visit to FSZ.”