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A Bear Cub Climbed onto the Parking Lot near the Stolby Reserve in Krasnoyarsk
3.08.2018 00:47
A Bear Cub Climbed onto the Parking Lot near the Stolby Reserve in Krasnoyarsk

A bear cub climbed onto the parking lot of the Laletino cordon near the Stolby Reserve in Krasnoyarsk; the video from the surveillance cameras has been posted on the VKontakte social network.

      The video shows how the cub came to the parking lot, presumably in search of food, taking advantage of the fact that there were no people nearby. He climbed into a car, overturned the trash bin, but did not find any food.

      Watch the video here.

      A week ago, the photographer from Kuban Pavel Mudrov has seen 34 bears on the slopes of the Caucasian Reserve during one day, and he also made a video of his encounter with a she-bear and a bear cub, as he reported on Facebook.

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Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Stolby Reserve Krasnoyarsk Russian bears travel to Russia  

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