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Look at this bear in the backyard prepping for a fun day at the pool

Somebody get the suntan lotion and a swimming cap because one bear is ready to take a fun, relaxing dip in the pool. In British Columbia, Canada, someone captured a black bear on video they found in their uncle's backyard. The poor thing probably just wanted to chill out in the pool, but didn't seem to be the most confident swimmer. Hence the floatie.  But this wasn't the bear's first visit.
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