Grizzly bear ‘sabotages’ N China’s forestry station in search of food

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During China’s May Day holiday, a grizzly bear visited a forestry station in north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region searching for food. After breaking into the building, the bear finally found food prepared by the staff, mostly buns and some cooked dishes.

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