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Fruit-loving grizzly bear doesn't care about barking dog

A large grizzly bear gave a Canadian farm quite the scare earlier this week after it entered the property to eat some of its delicious fruits. Elk House Farm in Sechelt, British Columbia, shared a clip on Facebook of the bear munching on some fruit next to a tree branch it presumably knocked down. One of the farm's dogs tried its best to scare off the bear, but the barks were no deterrent for the great snacks.
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