PRESCOTT, Ariz. — Doctors say a 24-year-old sanctuary bear in Arizona is recovering after successful surgery to remove a cancerous testicle. The Daily Courier reported Wednesday that Shash, an American black bear, went to the vet after he had been acting different and not eating. Doctors placed Shash under sedation to get a better look...
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