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This is the hilarious moment a black bear can be seen enjoying the last days of the English summer at Woburn Safari Park. Chuck, the seven-year-old North American black bear, was seen climbing into a hammock at Woburn Safari Park to catch the last rays of summer in this adorable video. Keepers at the Park in Bedfordshire were delighted to see Chuck taking advantage of the hammock on Thursday September 5. In the images, the charming mammal can be seen enjoying the sunshine, as he is he leans back before closing his eyes in total relaxation. The North American black bears living at Woburn have a 13-acre reserve, which they share with the Canadian Timberwolves. This is one of the only mixed carnivore enclosures in the UK. Woburn has six bears, three females (including Indiana) and three males. All six bears live outside 365 days a year and will hibernate through the cold months of winter. Black bears are North America?s most familiar and common bear, typically living in forests. They can be found in mountains and swampy regions. Despite their name, black bears can be blue-grey or blue-black, brown, cinnamon or even (very rarely) white. Black bears are opportunistic eaters and their diet mostly consists of grasses, roots, berries, insects and fish. In captivity, this diet consists of grasses, roots, berries, insects and fish, supplemented with nuts and specially formulated pellets. 05 Sep 2019 Pictured: Chuck the bear. Photo credit: Woburn Safari Park / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the hilarious moment a black bear can be seen enjoying the last days of the English summer at Woburn Safari Park. Chuck, the seven-year-old North American black bear, was seen climbing into a hammock at Woburn Safari Park to catch the last rays of summer in this adorable video. Keepers at the Park in Bedfordshire were delighted to see Chuck taking advantage of the hammock on Thursday September 5. In the images, the charming mammal can be seen enjoying the sunshine, as he is he leans back before closing his eyes in total relaxation. The North American black bears living at Woburn have a 13-acre reserve, which they share with the Canadian Timberwolves. This is one of the only mixed carnivore enclosures in the UK. Woburn has six bears, three females (including Indiana) and three males. All six bears live outside 365 days a year and will hibernate through the cold months of winter. Black bears are North America?s most familiar and common bear, typically living in forests. They can be found in mountains and swampy regions. Despite their name, black bears can be blue-grey or blue-black, brown, cinnamon or even (very rarely) white. Black bears are opportunistic eaters and their diet mostly consists of grasses, roots, berries, insects and fish. In captivity, this diet consists of grasses, roots, berries, insects and fish, supplemented with nuts and specially formulated pellets. 05 Sep 2019 Pictured: Chuck the bear. Photo credit: Woburn Safari Park / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the hilarious moment a black bear can be seen enjoying the last days of the English summer at Woburn Safari Park. Chuck, the seven-year-old North American black bear, was seen climbing into a hammock at Woburn Safari Park to catch the last rays of summer in this adorable video. Keepers at the Park in Bedfordshire were delighted to see Chuck taking advantage of the hammock on Thursday September 5. In the images, the charming mammal can be seen enjoying the sunshine, as he is he leans back before closing his eyes in total relaxation. The North American black bears living at Woburn have a 13-acre reserve, which they share with the Canadian Timberwolves. This is one of the only mixed carnivore enclosures in the UK. Woburn has six bears, three females (including Indiana) and three males. All six bears live outside 365 days a year and will hibernate through the cold months of winter. Black bears are North America?s most familiar and common bear, typically living in forests. They can be found in mountains and swampy regions. Despite their name, black bears can be blue-grey or blue-black, brown, cinnamon or even (very rarely) white. Black bears are opportunistic eaters and their diet mostly consists of grasses, roots, berries, insects and fish. In captivity, this diet consists of grasses, roots, berries, insects and fish, supplemented with nuts and specially formulated pellets. 05 Sep 2019 Pictured: Chuck the bear. Photo credit: Woburn Safari Park / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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