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‘Cinder’ the bear survived the devastating forest fire and was icon, now it turns out they were shot dead by a hunter
Animals It was a miracle that they a destructive forest fire had survived. It was a wonder that they end up back in the wild could be released. But now there is the hard hammer blow. The bear that an icon was, is no more. ‘Cinder’ was shot by a hunter.

Black bear Cinder (‘axis’, red.) became an icon in 2014, when she as a cub in the state of Washington got stuck in the heavy forest fire "Carlton Complex Fire", which is more than 644 kilometres of nature destroyed and 300 houses destroyed.

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Two weeks after the inferno was over drawn, was Cinder malnourished found under a horse trailer. With derdegraadsbrandwonden on all her legs. The bear pulled himself severely attenuated forward on the elbows. Her parents lacked any trace. Cinder was taken to a rehabilitation center in California, flown over, but the chance that they will ever be back to the old would be, seemed small. the

“It was the worst burns I've ever seen”, said the vet that Cinder treated later on. “I was hoping that the bear would survive, but I didn't think they were ever again in the wild could be released.”

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