Trapped bear cub rescued from car in Colorado

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Bear cub in Colorado car

Discovering a baby bear in your vehicle may sound adorable, however it’s one of last things you want to find in your rear seat.

This little guy got stuck in a vehicle in Woodland Park on Saturday night. Fortunately, he was caught and securely released back into the woods.

Woodland Park Police Department published photos of the baffled cub on Facebook as a pointer that summertime highlights the bears.

Bears can open doors, so motorists are prompted to lock doors and roll up windows to avoid a similar occurrence.

Colorado Parks and Wildlife likewise states to be sure there’s nothing with a smell in your vehicle, consisting of candy, gum, air fresheners, trash, creams and lip balms.

Bear cub in Colorado car

If you come across a bear, even if it’s a cub, it’s not advised to attempt to remove it yourself.

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