One black bear went out for pizza. One black bear received none.
A household in Florida’s Altamonte Springs watched surveillance video from their residence to see two black bears stroll down their driveway onto a lit path. They walked as much as the entrance porch the place they discovered their model of a takeout pizza window.
Watch bears hunt pizza
Tim and Amanda Hoover watched on Monday evening as the primary bear “sniffed the trash can, knocked it over, grabbed a piece of pizza and took off,” Tim Hoover instructed Fox 35.
You can see that content material bear take the slice and casually stroll away because the second bear locations its order from the identical, uh, pizza store. When that bear finds none, the bear audibly provides a sniff — in seeming frustration — and follows the identical route off the porch, which appears to set off an alarm.
Thursday evening, the 2 “customers” returned, Hoover instructed the station on Friday. “Last night, I’m sitting there. I’m like, wife had gone out this morning and said the trash can was knocked over. I’m like, ‘Oh no. Guess what? We had visitors again last night.’ So I went back through the video and sure enough, about 11:20, here they come.”
The couple say they’re going to proceed checking their digital camera at evening to verify there aren’t any bears in the event that they wish to head out.
Living with bears
“Bears will congregate in areas of high food density,” in accordance with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. The Florida black bear is the one species within the state.
“Bears are an important part of Florida’s ecosystem,” the fee notes. “To avoid conflicts, don’t approach or feed bears.”
The Hoovers instructed Fox 35 they’re wanting into getting “bear-proof garbage cans” — thus heeding one of many Fish and Wildlife Commission’s recommendations on residing with bears.
If you must report bears in your neighborhood contact MyFWC.com/About and enter bear within the search field.