This happens to me at least every couple of years. I mean, come on, don't bears and puppies and cats and every other animal look the same? In Yunnan, China, a man got the shock of a lifetime after raising the cubs for two years; little did he know that the supposed puppies were actually endangered black bears. In a report from CCTV, the man had adopted the "pups" from a Vietnamese man and groomed them daily. He started to notice something was "off" about the puppies, however, when they started to develop large appetites and killed the man's chickens. Another giveaway that these were not your average furry friends were that they grew to be 100 pounds...According to the Daily Mail, the man OFFICIALLY made the shocking realization once he picked up a Public Security Bureau pamphlet, which revealed that the pets were Asian black bears, Category 2 protected endangered animals. He then proceeded to hand over the pets to authorities, who then took the animals to the Yunnan Wild Animal Rescue Center. Apparently, the bears are doing well (and probably very confused about their identity?).So, the lesson is to make sure that when you adopt a puppy, you are not really taking in bears. BEAR:PUPPY:Credit: fotowasp.comBEARS:PUPPIES:Credit: PinterestGot it? Good!