Bear Takes A Pleasure Dip In The Backyard Pool
It is not every day you see a brown bear casually dipping into the perfectly cleaned and ready to use the swimming pool in the backyard. But, well, here we are! This big guy just wanted to take a chilling dip in one of your expensive household amenities just because it was on the map of the deforested part of his former neighborhood. From what we can see in the video, this bear seems to enjoy and marvel at the invention of fake clean ponds. Why haven’t bears think of swimming pools first?
Bears are extraordinarily intelligent animals. They have far superior navigation skills to humans; excellent memories; large brain to body ratio; and use tools in various contexts from play to hunting. Bears were often honored in the cultures of many early civilizations. They were seen as a symbol of power, strength, and love.
Bears are known even historically to approach remote houses surrounded by forests and steal food. They are depicted in children’s books as cute fluffy chubby creatures typically sitting next to a beehive and having dipped one front paw in the sweet substance while the bees around are protesting. There are examples of black bears caught on camera targeting bird feeder momma and cubs playing with and enjoying the hammock swinging from the tree, even such rascals that would charm your dog into playing with them.
But, there is a completely different psychological profile of a bear featuring in this video> a true bon viveur! A brown bear is caught on camera wandering into the backyard of a manor in Pasadena. The dog, Jackson, started barking as he did when someone or some animal comes into the immaculately kept backyard! The owner went to the balcony outside of the bedroom and saw the bear wandering around the pool. He climbed in the pool and swam for a few minutes. He then climbed over the back fence into the neighbor's yard and climbed into a tree and hung out there for about 30 minutes. Who wouldn’t after such a chilling dip!
Bears are known even historically to approach remote houses surrounded by forests and steal food. They are depicted in children’s books as cute fluffy chubby creatures typically sitting next to a beehive and having dipped one front paw in the sweet substance while the bees around are protesting. There are examples of black bears caught on camera targeting bird feeder. In the video, you can see how one bear approaches the feeder, which is set up high on an elaborate post and carefully begins to take the food out. Not happy with the amount of food tit is shewing with an open mouth, the bear begins to shake and turn the feeder, grabbing it with its front paws until it manages to rip it out completely and retrieve with it into the shrubs. Cheeky bear!
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