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June 7, 2012 at 3:07 PM

Tiny bear being nursed back to health at PAWS facility

(Photo / Courtesy of PAWS)

This tiny black bear found along a highway near Corvallis, Ore., is being cared for by the Lynnwood-based PAWS, according to our community news partner Lynnwood Today.

The youngster was found weak and starving along with a young male who didn’t make it. How the little ones got separated from their mother isn’t known.

The surviving cub weighs just four pounds.

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