Experience the world through the eyes of a resilient young sun bear as it struggles to survive amid deforestation and poaching.
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Directed by Young Explorer Grantee Eddie Roqueta, this fictional short film illustrates the very real dangers that sun bears face throughout Southeast Asia. Despite being the smallest members of the bear family, these shy creatures fulfill vital roles in the health of their forest ecosystem.

See more by Forest Clay Productions and learn more about the Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Centre.


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