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Two orphaned bear cubs have captured hearts in Montenegro after a farmer rescued them from starving to death in the wild. The cubs were found last month by March Ilinka Bigovic, who lives in a village perched on the Pusti Lisac mountain, some 80 kilometers from the capital Podgorica, near the Bosnian border.Montenegro's mountains are home to 50 to 100 brown bears, according to ecologists, while the national hunters' association puts their number at 357 .Masha and Brundo would spend between a year and 18 months in such a center before returning to their mountains.
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