Nosey bear hunting for food is caught peering into a parked car

Bear-ly dangerous! Nosey bear hunting for food is caught peering through a parked car window

  • Brown bear approached parked cars on edge of forest in Pechora city, Russia
  • Curious creature explored a blue truck before strolling up to Pavel Schelochkov
  • It stood on its two hind legs as it sniffed through the open window of the car

This is the incredible moment a bear hunting for food was caught peering through the window of a parked car.

The clip, filmed in Pechora city, Russia, captured the inquisitive bear as it strolled up to a group of cars parked by the side of a forest.

It explored a blue truck and a silver car before approaching Pavel Schelochkov, 36, who filmed the astonishing scenes from the inside of a car.

The clip, filmed in Pechora city, Russia, captured the inquisitive bear as it strolled up to a group of cars parked by the side of a forest

The bear noticed the camera and decided to take a closer look, jumping up on its hind legs and peering through the open window.

It then attempted to push its head through the opening as it sniffed the air.


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The beast then grasped the glass with its huge paw, continuing to look into the car as the driver slowly tried to close the window.

At one point, the brown bear even bit the glass before jumping down from its attempt to enter the car.

It explored a blue truck and a silver car before approaching Pavel Schelochkov, 36, who filmed the astonishing scenes from the inside of his car

The bear noticed the camera and decided to take a closer look, jumping up on its hind legs and peering through the open window

Mr Schelochkov said: ‘The bear is searching for food after a long cold winter.

‘Some people in the city started feeding the bears and they have become so used it to that they started visiting the city often.

‘This bear was not aggressive at all. It was just hungry. That’s it. I was not afraid but I understood it was quite dangerous.’

Igor Trier, another passerby who took images of the bear, said: ‘Police was ordered to frighten bears away from the city as they had started to show up in areas that children play and people have complained.’ 

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