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"I was just an animal nut as a kid," Basile said. As an adult, he purchased the property and gradually began acquiring animals. His 19-year-old black bear, Kuma, had been bought illegally at a Will County flea market, was confiscated, and likely would have been euthanized if Basile hadn't "adopted" him. Other animals had been orphaned or abandoned, and some have been purchased from breeders. Campers can take a guided walk around the animal sanctuary part of Big Run. Big Run Wolf Ranch Photo courtesy of Big Run Wolf Ranch John Basile, owner of Big Run Wolf Ranch in Lockport, gets a bear hug from Kuma. John Basile, owner of Big Run Wolf Ranch in Lockport, gets a bear hug from Kuma. (Photo courtesy of Big Run Wolf Ranch) Groups of 25 or more get the full animal educational show, said Basile, whose mission is "conservation through education." Basile will tell visitors about the animals he cares for at the sanctuary.

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