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Bear hugs are never ending for this lucky man

Jim Kowalczik and his wife, Susan, own an animal rehabilitation center in New York that works with injured or unwanted animals.  Their main priority is integrating them back into the wild once they are ready. However, some bears will likely not make it on their own in the wild because they're too used to captive life.  Kowalczik's best bear friend is Jimbo, a 1,500-pound kodiak.
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