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A black bear wheeled a trash can up this house's driveway before looking for leftovers

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This Florida black bear stood upright to a roll a residential trash bin toward a home before bringing the bin to the ground to search for leftovers.
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Occurred on July 23, 2020 / Eagle River, Alaska, USAInfo from Licensor: "I heard a noise outside, I opened my door to see a black bear digging in the garbage. The garbage will be stored in the garage for now on."

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