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Wildlife SOS started in 1995 with a movement to save the “dancing bears” of India. Ripped from their mothers at an early age their noses are pierced, teeth are broken and they are trained to “dance”.

Wildlife SOS started in 1995 with a movement to save the “dancing bears” of India. Ripped from their mothers at an early age their noses are pierced, teeth are broken and they are trained to “dance”. You can make a donation, after scrolling way down site.

Dancing bears in India are sloth bears that have been poached from the wild as tiny cubs, often by killing their mother. The people that then train the bea...

Dancing bears in India are sloth bears that have been poached from the wild as tiny cubs, often by killing their mother. The people that then train the bea.

‎WildlifeSOS‬'s Anti-Poaching Team has rescued an eight week old ‪sloth bear‬ cub from Indo-Nepal Border in collaboration with the forest department. The poachers were planning to smuggle the bear cub across to Nepal to sell the bear where it would have been harvested for its body parts or trained to be a performing bear using cruel methods. Currently, the bear cub has been safely brought to the ‪ABRF‬. Geeta Seshamani, Co-Founder seen in the picture trying to comfort the baby bear.

Wildlife SOS has rescued a sloth bear cub that was going to be smuggled into Nepal, where it would have been trained to become a dancing bear or harvested for its parts.

STOP "Dancing Bear" Cruelty in India ! Please SIGN and SHARE... - Care2 News Network

Even though it is illegal to capture bears in both India and Pakistan there are still more than sloth bears who are being forced to dance for money.

I want to kiss him

Finally, Freedom for India’s Dancing Bears. 40 years after India banned dancing bears, the is being enforced to prevent further atrocious cruelty

Protect Tigers from Train Collisions in India | A 10 month old tiger cub was run over by a speeding train and killed on the Gondia-Chandrapur railway line near Kelzar, India, a few weeks ago. A second cub was critically injured. Click for details of man things that can be done to help stop this and please SIGN and share petition. Thanks.

More signatures needed! Protect Tigers from Train Collisions in India

Wildlife SOS started in 1995 with a movement to save the “dancing bears” of India. Ripped from their mothers at an early age their noses are pierced, teeth are broken and they are trained to “dance”.

Wildlife SOS started in 1995 with a movement to save the “dancing bears” of India. Ripped from their mothers at an early age their noses are pierced, teeth are broken and they are trained to “dance”. You can make a donation, after scrolling way down site.

One is dearest to God who has no enemies among the living beings, who is non violent to all creatures. - Bhagawat Gita

A hand of Compassion at the Agra Bear Rescue Facility! Photo Credit: Jon Cracknell The paw of a "dancing" bear at a rescue facility at Wildlife SOS.

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