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Pampy & Khala!

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Pampy & Khala

Urgent: These two bear cubs need our help!

Pampy was only 4 months old and weighed just under 4 kg when she was rescued by the authorities and handed over to the BOS Sanctuary Nyaru Menteng. In September 2019 she came to the BOS Sun Bear Sanctuary Samboja Lestari. Khala was 3 months old when she was handed over to Samboja Lestari in November 2019. 


Born in June 2019


Born in September 2019

From the BOS Sun Bear Sanctuary


Aimee: Help us raise these bears

Babysitter Aimee shows how she lovingly raises the bear cub Khala. Around the clock she needs care, milk and food. Khala is now attending the forest school and will learn all daily needs. Apart from their babysitters, the bear cubs have no human contact.

Threatened with extinction

The smallest bear species on the planet desperately needs our help because sun bears are threatened of extinction in the wild. This threat stems from the illegal trade in wild animals, commercial hunting and the destruction of their habitat. Sun bear mothers are killed, and their young cubs are kept as domestic animals, as pets. Once the cute cubs are all grown up, the bears are either sent away or they end up in cage too small for their needs. If we do not act now there is a big possibility that sun bears will no longer roam around the rainforests of Borneo. Together with your help we can protect the sun bears from these dangers!


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Our volunteers report on the sun bears and the situation in the BOSF sun bear rescue centre!

Experience reports of our volunteers!

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