Hungry Minnesota bear gets a little too close for comfort with wildlife biologist

Alexander Aman captured the encounter on video


Screenshot/Alexander Aman

A black (brown) bear approached the car of wildlife biologist Alexander Aman in Redby, Minn.

A black bear, possibly groggy from a long hibernation, strolled along a quiet road Monday in Redby, Minn. The bear clearly smelled something enticing in the car of Alexander Aman, who had pulled over to take a video.

"Holy schnikes," Aman said in the video as the bear climbed up and put his paws on the window, showing a patch of white fur on his chest. "No thank you."

"Normally they'd be more skittish," he said. "But I think they wake up pretty hungry, and so they engage in a little more risky behavior."


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