Bears enjoy a bounty after stealing package off porch

Bears enjoy a bounty after stealing package off porch

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Bears enjoy a bounty after stealing package off porch

A momma bear and her two cubs enjoyed quite a bounty after stealing a large box off a porch of a home in Ketchikan, Alaska, in the early morning hours Monday.

The video, time-stamped just before 4:30 a.m., shows two cubs sniffing out an Amazon package before momma bear comes in and proceeds to drag it away.

Andrew Burton told ViralHog that the injured momma bear is known in the area and has been walking on three legs for several years. It certainly didn’t stop her from being a porch pirate.

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“The stolen Amazon package contained Blue Buffalo brand dog food, Milk-Bone brand dog treats, and banana chocolate chip Larabars,” Burton told ViralHog. “The package was delivered by FedEx.

“I found remains of the package two days later in the woods near my house. All the dog food and treats were eaten. About 5-10 Larabars had been opened and eaten, but the rest remained uneaten.”

Obviously the bears didn’t go hungry. Can’t say the same for the dogs.

Photo is a screen grab from the video.

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