KEENESBURG, Colo. (CBS4) – A grizzly bear rescued from a concrete pen in Georgia is recovering at her new home in Colorado.

The bear, named Marley, was found in a concrete pen in Georgia. She was very sick with two broken elbows before she was transported to Colorado State University in February for surgery.

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She now lives at the wild animal sanctuary in Keenesburg. Veterinarians say the 7-year-old is doing very well.

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