Two black Himalayan bears that were caught in traps in Bhutan's Begana and Yoesipang region were released into the forest by team of forestry officials. Officials said that a small male bear which was caught in a crude wire trap in Begana, had its right paw injured. In another incident, a bear which was trapped near an apple orchard in the Yoesipang region, was also freed.
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