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Synonyms for sloth bear

common coarse-haired long-snouted bear of south-central Asia

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But Elvis was lucky and rescuers from charity International Animal Rescue found him - the youngest dancing sloth bear to be freed from the barbaric trade in India.
Thankfully rescuers from charity International Animal Rescue found him, the youngest dancing sloth bear to be freed from the barbaric trade.
Summary: BENGALURU(Cihan) - The indiscriminate mining and the proposed steel plant is threatening the very existence of Sloth bears in Bellary's Daroji Bear Sanctuary.
So you can spot tigers, leopards, black panthers, sloth bears and more than 250 endemic birds.
FEEL THE SLOTH BEARS (The Washington Post, Washington)
We told how the male and female Sloth bears were plucked from squalid cages and taken to a sanctuary in Northern India.
Originally a private reserve, it offers excellent game viewing, including leopards, wild boars and sloth bears.
Feathered friends-galore can be spotted at the Penguin and Puffin Coast, while Bear Bluffs boasts some less cuddly beasts, such as Grizzlies, Andeans and Sloth bears.
As a result the Bannerghatta National Park here has received 22 sloth bears from the state.
Rapper P Diddy is expected to perform to the 85 guests at the event being held at the 600 pounds-a-night resort at the Ranthambore National Park, a famous tiger reserve which is also home to leopards, wild boars, hyenas and sloth bears.
Kerala is home to a wide variety of fauna like Asian elephants, Bengal tigers, leopards, grizzled giant squirrels, lion-tailed macaques, sloth bears and the Indian bison.
At that time, IAR had rescued 355 sloth bears and was seeking funding to expand the Agra site to 162 acres.
The young male and female Sloth bears - which had once "danced" to entertain tourists in India - ended up shackled and miserable in a tiny zoo cage.
Rhinos are a definite, as are sloth bears and crocs.