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Bears Sneak Into A Family’s Backyard And Chill In Kid’s Pool

Which activity of the day do you really wait for? Get off work and come back home, have a good dinner, or host a small family party? All sound great. This also happens with animals. The bear family in this post, for instance, love nothings but a late-night pool party in a family’s backyard.

While sleeping, a family in South Lake Tahoe, California heard some noises in their backyard. The homeowner left his bed and looked outside his window to find what was happening. The man saw an amazing scene.

These giants sneaked into the family’s backyard and were having a late-night pool party in his daughter’s pool.

The intruders really enjoyed the party. They took turns jumping in, splashing, and playing with the balls floating in the water.

To note these mischievous animals, the homeowner took out his phone and made a video of the party.

You can watch it here.

He then posted a status on Facebook, read: “At 2 in the morning, we heard some noises coming from our backyard and to our surprise, it was 4 bears all having a blast in my daughter’s pool.”

These bears were supposed to seek some refuge from the Fork Fire which has been burning across thousands of acres southwest of Lake Tahoe since September 8th.

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