After Their Mother Abandoned Them, Two Newborn Polar Bears Were Discovered Battling For Their Life
Nature sometimes does things we don’t understand, but they nevertheless happen, like these two polar bear babies that were abandoned by their mother because they were the weakest of the litter.
Fortunately, these little individuals were saved due to the attention and care of the Gelendzhik Zoo’s scientists, who chose to give them a second shot at life.
Surprisingly, for some animals, a weak puppy is a little mammal that will most likely die before reaching maturity. This state makes it rather unappealing.
There are several stories of moms of some animals automatically putting aside cubs that were born weaker than the rest of their brothers according to nature’s plan.
According to studies and research, this conduct is instinctual; there is no other rationale for it, and it is not based on logic or reason.
Angels disguised as people with a deep love for animals make a significant difference in the lives of these beings, who, despite being abandoned by their mother and the rest of the pack, deserve to meet love and live a happy life.
The veterinary team of the Gelendzhik Zoo and Safari Park in Russia has shown this.
The twins Anastasia and Olesya Sakhatskaya, both employees of the Gelendzhik Zoo, are the major inspirations for the proposal to raise the characters of this novel.
Anastasia and Olesya kept a tight eye on the two cubs’ birth, noticing that after a few weeks, their mother, Seryozhka, a seven-year-old bear, began to ignore them and pushed them away.
Fortunately, the two cubs were not injured by the mother bear, and Anastasia and Olesya were able to approach and rescue them. Thousands of hearts have been touched by these sisters’ effort of love and commitment on social media.
“There have never been any other incidents of polar bear babies in a Russian zoo being rejected by their mother.” This is our first time doing anything like this. There have only been roughly five incidents of polar bears being bred in captivity after their birth. “I hope we succeed,” said Yelena Milovidova, the Gelendzhik Zoo’s director.
These two tiny boys are adjusting to their new life with showers, tepots of warm milk, massages, and even manicures to avoid an accident in front of their carers’ eyes.