In this photo provided by Ben Kilham, Kilham is seen inside his 8-acre forested enclosure with a bear cub, May 12, 2012 in Lyme, N.H. Ben Kilham is the state's only licensed bear rehabilitator. Typically he cares for three to five black bear cubs each winter. But when a bad year for feeding followed a good one for breeding, he ended up with 27 orphaned bears to to take care of for the winter. (AP Photo)

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In this photo provided by Ben Kilham, Kilham is seen  inside his 8-acre forested enclosure with a bear cub, May 12, 2012 in Lyme, N.H. Ben Kilham is the state's only licensed bear rehabilitator. Typically he cares for three to five black bear cubs each winter. But when a bad year for feeding followed a good one for breeding, he ended up with 27 orphaned bears to to take care of for the winter. (AP Photo)
In this photo provided by Ben Kilham, Kilham is seen inside his 8-acre forested enclosure with a bear cub, May 12, 2012 in Lyme, N.H. Ben Kilham is the state's only licensed bear rehabilitator. Typically he cares for three to five black bear cubs each winter. But when a bad year for feeding followed a good one for breeding, he ended up with 27 orphaned bears to to take care of for the winter. (AP Photo)
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