Winter is here and with that, we like to spend most of our time inside the house, snuggled up in a warm blanket and drinking a hot cup of chocolate milk. While we are inside the houses, some of the animals are waking up in search of the food and this search for food has led to a very funny incident recently in a neighborhood.
A bear found the ball and then the bear had a ball with the ball. Feeling confused? Let us tell you the story.
With the winter slowly coming into full swing, bears are recently found foraging for food to get plumped and start their hibernation period of the long winter sleep. But for one bear, who was, in fact, roaming in search of food, his future plan took a sudden twist and he deiced to live in the fun of the moment.
A few days ago a man named Scott Willhite, who lives in Colorado; noticed that he had some uninvited guest in his house’s backyard. That unexpected visitor was none other than a big brown bear that might have arrived at the backyard with a purpose to look for food but then something else piqued his interest.
This something was a soccer ball that had been left out in the falling snow by Scott. Seeing the ball, bear changed his decision of looking for food and watch what happens next in this video down below.
The bear had its fun with the foam soccer ball and without a doubt; the ball was utterly destroyed beyond repair in the process. Still, Willhite and his family got to enjoy the scene of a bear playing with the soccer ball in a pure moment of joyful bliss. It does not happen quite often that such a large predator behaves in such a playful manner in your backyard.
Willhite writes about his story on his twitter account, “the boys absolutely loved seeing the bear playing with the ball. They could not stop giggling the entire time. As for the ball, it did not have such a great time.”
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