Un-’bear-liev­able!

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While Su Yun from China was hol­i­day­ing with her fam­ily in 2016, she bought an adorable puppy.

‘At the time I thought it was a small Ti­betan Mas­tiff,’ ex­plained Yun.

As time passed, Yun no­ticed the pup, who the fam­ily named Su­mou, was grow­ing at an alarm­ing rate, even for such a large breed of dog.

And then there was the food Su­mou ate – one box of fruit and two buck­ets of noo­dles ev­ery day!

Hardly typ­i­cal for a dog...

But it was when Su­mou took to walk­ing around on his hind legs two years later, that Yun ex­pe­ri­enced a light-bulb mo­ment.

This was no dog, it was an Asi­atic black bear!

‘I was a bit scared,’ Yun ad­mit­ted.

Af­ter find­ing out it was il­le­gal to keep and do­mes­ti­cate a pro­tected wild an­i­mal, Yun con­tacted the For­est Pub­lic Se­cu­rity Bureau.

The 200-kilo bear who stood at 100cms tall, was found to be healthy and well cared for, but for his own wel­fare – and that of his adopted fam­ily – he was given a new home in a wildlife res­cue cen­tre nearby.

The pup was grow­ing at an alarm­ing rate, even for a large breed

The Raz­zle Daz­zle bath bombs Once the ‘dog’ got up and walked, the fam­ily be­gan to have sus­pi­cions!

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