Well, when a family in Florida ordered Chick-fil-A, they didn’t expect to have their food snatched from their front porch. They probably really didn’t expect to have it stolen by a giant back bear… and they caught the whole thing on a “ring” door camera. The video shows the bear approaching right as the food is dropped off. It sniffs a bit and then goes for the bag of food which had the “mother load” in it.
Hey, good sniffer, big guy (or girl)…
“Uh-huh,” says the homeowner, Paul Newman (no, not the actor), who recorded a voiceover after the fact.
The bear uses his big strong jaws and latches onto the bag of Chick-fil-A goodness and then turns and rather slowly saunters off.
“All the nuggets,” the homeowner says. “All the nuggets and fries. Thirty nuggets and a large fries. Poof. Just like that.” He added: “He didn’t want the salad though!”
I mean, if you want a junk food feast, you skip the salad… duh!
Eat This Not That reported that bears are omnivores, which means they eat both plants and animals (and could be into fast food!). They have a varied diet and will eat a wide range of foods depending on what is available in their habitat.
In the summer and fall, bears may feed on berries, nuts, and other plant material. In the spring, they may eat grasses and other new plant growth. In the winter, bears may rely more on animal protein, such as fish or small mammals.
Bears have strong digestive systems and are able to digest a wide variety of foods. They are also opportunistic eaters and will take advantage of whatever food sources are available to them, hence the big guy on Newman’s doorstep. This allows them to survive in a variety of different environments and climates.
Reports say an estimated 1,200 bears live in or near Seminole County, which is located in central Florida and is home to a variety of different wildlife, including bears. Florida black bears (Ursus americanus floridanus) are the only species of bear found in the state and are found in a variety of habitats, including forests, swamps, and suburban areas.
In Seminole County, bears may be found in areas with a mix of natural and developed land, such as residential neighborhoods and parks. They are attracted to areas with food sources, such as bird feeders, garbage cans, and fruit trees.
It’s important for residents of Seminole County to be aware of bears and to take steps to avoid attracting them to their properties. This includes securing trash cans and eliminating other potential food sources, such as bird feeders and outdoor pet food.
And apparently, you need to watch out for your Door Dash orders as well. Stay alert out there!
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