Hairless bear from Placer County recovering

Eve lost her hair due to a severe case of mange. Photo/Fund for Animals Wildlife Center

By Barbara Harvey, Sacramento Bee

A young, hairless bear cub rescued in Placer County in December is recovering well after being transported to a wildlife rehabilitation center in Southern California.

The cub, who was found to be suffering from a severe case of mange, was rescued by good Samaritans before being turned over to the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. Members of the Department of Fish and Wildlife spent Christmas Eve transporting the cub hundreds of miles to the Fund For Animals Wildlife Center in Ramona, which is outside San Diego.

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