Bears Invade Family's Backyard, With Cub Taking On Inflatable Flamingo
The small bear could be seen going to town on the pool toy as mama bear watches.
A baby bear invades a backyard in Arcadia, Calif., and the homeowners were not afraid at all — but what about when mama bear showed up?
The Liang family caught the baby bear as it roamed around their backyard and played with an inflatable flamingo pool float Saturday.
As they took photos of the cub from behind a glass door, the mother bear came to the scene to scope out what was going on.
The cub wanted to play with the float, but its mother seemed annoyed.
Finally, mom took off and baby follows, with the float in tow.
The family said that the bears have visited them twice before — once in April and again in June.
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