Man Catches Bear Jumping In His Pool, But When The Bear Spots Him Recording, Watch His Cheeky Smile

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What would you do if you saw a grizzly bear loitering close by? For most people, they’d probably run or hide to get out of its way. For some, they just let it go on with its business. But it’s not every day you see a grizzly bear in a pool relaxing.

Grizzly bears are surprisingly good swimmers and they love splashing around in the water. So if you’ve got a pool close by, be sure to expect some company.

The team at Single Vision, Inc. use their worldwide conservation of endangered species to help preserve precious land and habitats to keep wildlife alive and thriving. Bruiser bear, a beautiful grizzly, loves playing in the pool at the sanctuary where he lives.

This bear in a pool has all the happiness that we need in the world

Bruiser bear loves belly flopping into the water. After a while, he gets out and shakes off the water from his fur. But he’s not quite finished yet. Like an excited child, the bear immediately runs up the pool ladder and dives straight back in.

I don’t know if I would be brave enough to get close to a grizzly bear like this, but it sure does look fun.

This isn’t the first time that a grizzly bear has enjoyed some time in a human’s swimming pool. Or jacuzzi, should I say…

We recently wrote about an over-worked bear who needed a relaxing spa day and found his perfect opportunity in a neighbor’s garden. It seems grizzly bears love living the high life just as much as humans do. Although I think Bruiser bear is a little more welcome than the jacuzzi gatecrasher…

Don’t forget to watch this beautiful grizzly bear in a pool in the video below. Also, at Happiest we love hearing all of your opinions. So please let us know what you thought of the article in the comment section. 

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