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Baby bears, injured moose take refuge with German immigrants in Smithers

If you find an injured moose or abandoned bear cub in northern B.C., you might call up Angelika and Peter Langen. Once zookeepers in Germany, they've now devoted their life to running the Northern Lights Wildlife Society rescue organization in Smithers. They do it as volunteers and were quickly running out of cash- but then a supporter came up with a way to get money, and the whole operation is getting a makeover. Daybreak's Leisha Grebinski visited the Langen's to find out more.

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You can learn more about the Northern Lights Wildlife Society on their website at wildlifeshelter.com.

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