Bear cub high on hallucinogenic ‘mad honey’ rescued by park rangers – BBC News

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A brown bear cub has been rescued by rangers at a national park in Turkey, after it consumed a hallucinogen.

Mad honey, or deli bal in Turkish, is a type of rhododendron honey.

Footage shows the bear looking dazed and wobbly before it is taken to a vet.

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