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Wendy is happy with some leaves by Peter Yuen

The photos that show bears can enjoy new lives after bile farms

This is a truly lovely name for a bear – and a wonderfully apt one too. Animals Asia’s incredible supporters around the world are constantly coming up with new ways to fund our work to end bear bile farming. One of the most striking is Sally Rodd from Victoria whose website adoptamoonbear.com helps raise funds to give a lifetime of care to moon bear Jigsaw. True to Jigsaw’s name, potential supporters buy a piece of the jigsaw puzzle, which added together make a full picture and a lifetime of…

Animals Asia was delighted to welcome wildlife photographer Peter Yuen to our Vietnam sanctuary and give him unprecedented access to the 112 rescued bears living peaceful lives on site.

This time last year these two were close to death on a bear bile farm in Vietnam. What a difference a year, a rescue and lots of love makes. We couldn't do this without you

PICTURES: After years of bile farm abuse – bears Angelica and Cinnamon are now pain free

Sometimes Lotus can do everything to attract a little attention. She can make a good show of pretending her nest is comfier than her friend's hammock, pull off a forward roll into the soft down, even trundle into her friend's field of vision, and suddenly throw herself to the ground like a footballer looking for a penalty; but her preoccupied friend doesn’t bat an eyelid. Today, this fun-loving moon bear is our ambassador to say "Happy April Fool's Day" to everyone!

Watch gorgeous moon bear Lotus hilariously trying to get her friend's attention.

Jasper's Story: Saving Moon Bears

Jasper’s Story: Saving Moon Bears by Jill Robinson and Marc Bekoff, illustrated by Gijsbert van Frankenhuyzen

The world is very big to Manuka

Manuka : Shaking off the bile farm

Chengdu rescue center of the Animal Asia Foundation, Sichuan, China

Chengdu rescue center of the Animal Asia Foundation, Sichuan, China

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