Brighter days ahead for Wawa the sun bear

Thriving: Wawa is roaming freely at the Tabin Wildlife Reserve.

KOTA KINABALU: When four-month-old Wawa the Bornean Sun Bear was rescued by wildlife rangers in 2016, she was weak, dehydrated and scared.

At just 4.5kg, the cub was found alone without her mother in a forest reserve in Pinangah in Sabah’s central Telupid district.

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