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Watch this curious cub trash a camp site! [Video]

Do not attempt this at home or in the wild!  This camping trip took a turn on the wildside when an extremely curious bear cub came to visit.  The cub seemed to want to investigate everything but the guys seemed more intrigued.  I would have been gone!  I would assume mom was close by.  Though a funny video, in all honesty this is really not a good scene for the cub.  Thankfully, the guys were not injured worse and mom bear didn’t make an appearance.  Watch for yourself!

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When a wild bear cub crashes a boys' camping trip, you need to be careful!*IMPORTANT NOTE* – If you ever encounter this scenario, for your safety and for the animals' safety, please leave immediately with your belongings. If you cannot retrieve all of your belongings please contact the relevant authorities. There is imminent danger especially if a parent of the animal is nearby. Credit: storyful

Posted by NTD Television on Saturday, July 1, 2017


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