A man from Yiliang County, southwest China’s Yunnan Province, took care of a puppy for two years, thinking it was a dog. He bought the animal when he was driving on a road and stopped at the curb. So the seller said the animal was a Tibetan Mastiff. Su Mu took the puppy home and began to care for it like an ordinary dog.


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Su Mu did not bother with the fact that his pet did not bark, wag his tail and did not behave like a dog. He just realized that something running was happening when he noticed that the animal was growing absurdly. Soon the beast was already heavier than the owner. In addition to his shape, he did not remember a Mastiff at all.

Su sought the zoo to transfer it, but it was not so easy and advised him to contact the forest protection department to do all the documentation of the animal of more than one meter high and two hundred pounds.

Environmentalists found no scars from wounds or signs of illness and saw that the bear was treated very well. Otherwise, Su would have to answer a lawsuit. The bear had to be removed from the house, pumped with the sleeping pills and sent to the Wildlife Protection Center, where they would watch for a while before releasing him or transferring him to the zoo, as his planned.

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A family resident in Yiliang County, southwest China’s Yunnan Province has decided to buy a puppy, which was sold by roadside. It took two years to understand that your pet is not a dog, but a bear

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The pet was actually an Asian black bear threatened with extinction

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The Su Mu family treated the animal very well. He was fed with fruit (especially he loved watermelons) and beef broth or noodles

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The man had to contact the forest protection department to remove the bear from his house, despite loving him, it was obvious that they could not keep him

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The Wildlife Protection Center removed the bear from its owner’s house and would decide whether to release it or transfer it to a zoo

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