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Learning to be Wild Raising Orphan Grizzlies

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By: Charlie Russell and Maureen Enns
154 pages, 176 col photos
Publisher: Hutchinson
Learning to be Wild
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  • Learning to be Wild ISBN: 9780091799823 Hardback Dec 2003 Out of Print #142664
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The story of Chico, Biscuit and Rosie, three orphaned grizzly cubs who were rescued from a Moscow zoo and taught to survive as wild bears in the South Kamchatka Sanctuary in Siberia, home to the world's densest concentration of brown bears.

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Out of Print
By: Charlie Russell and Maureen Enns
154 pages, 176 col photos
Publisher: Hutchinson
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