State Trooper Rescues Two Bear Cubs After Mom Was Hit By A Car
April 15, 2018
A Virginia State Trooper rescued two black bear cubs after their mother was killed in a motor vehicle collision.
Photo: Virginia State Police / Facebook
Trooper D.H. Cepelnik safely relocated the cubs to the Wildlife Center of Virginia in Waynesboro, but not before his colleague snapped a photo of him with the adorable pair.
Bear cubs at the Wildlife Center are rehabilitated for a year and then released into the wild.
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