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Raju

Raju came to our bear sanctuary at just 50 kilos, on 18th December 2009. He was India's very last dancing bear, after more than 600 bears had been rescued and given a permanent home and lifetime care in sanctuaries throughout India.

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IAR celebrates fifth anniversary of the rescue of Raju, the last dancing bear in India

Taken from IAR celebrates fifth anniversary of the rescue of Raju, the last dancing bear in India news | 18th December 2014

After playing a leading role in ending the cruel practice of dancing bears in India, International Animal Rescue is marking the anniversary by releasing new images and footage of Raju, the last bear to be rescued, enjoying life in the Bannerghatta Bear Rescue Centre in southern India. 

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Taken from Update on Raju - India's last dancing bear diary | 18th February 2014 by Amanjeet Kaur of Wildlife SOS

Chained by his Kalandar master at the end of a four foot rope and forced to “dance” and perform in agonising pain for many years, Raju is now a free bear. When he first came in to the Bannerghatta Bear Rescue Centre he weighed just 50 kilos but now Raju is a 12-year-old bear weighing 110 kilos –...

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