Knock, knock, who is BÄR? The furry nocturnal visitor rings the doorbell with his paw
- The footage was taped on September 7th at around 10 p.m. in Truckee, California
- Two bears wander around the property before one looks directly into the camera
- After ringing the bell, he pokes his nose to the lens for a close-up before heading off
This is the hilarious moment when a bear was caught on security footage, ringing a doorbell with its paw.
The footage was taken around 10 p.m. in Truckee, California, and shows two bears roaming the front yard of a property.
When one bear comes out of the shot, another one comes straight to the front door, jumps up and puts its paws on the house.
The owners of the house “laughed hysterically” when they realized it was bears ringing their doorbell and not a prank
The footage of the bear (pictured) was taken around 10 p.m. in Truckee, California and shows the animal ringing a doorbell with its paw
While the animal is doing this, it accidentally rings the doorbell and its ears perk up in surprise at the sound.
It even lifts a paw to the camera and pokes its nose to the lens for a close-up before wandering off.
The footage was taken on September 7th.
The owner of the house said they thought it was a prank when they heard her doorbell ring at such a late hour.
The animal even sticks its nose to the security camera lens for a close-up before wandering
They were still working and hearing the sound that “alarmed” them when they lived in a quiet area.
They said, “We decided to check the doorbell camera before going downstairs to open the door.
We both laughed hysterically when we saw the bears. When we finally opened the door, they were gone.
‘Unfortunately the video only recorded one ring. But it’s still pretty fun. ‘
The population of black bears in California is estimated to be 30,000 to 40,000.
Two bears are wandering around in front of the property and when one bear leaves, a second one comes straight to the front door