In the Himalayas, a bear climbed a tree and stole honey from bees (VIDEO)

In the Himalayas, a bear climbed a tree and stole honey from bees.

A Himalayan bear stole honey from a wild bee hive and fell into the lens of a photo trap. Agrocenter tells about it in more detail. Despite the strong wind, the bear for several days in a row broke the bark from the trunk of a tree, where there was a hive with honey.

Gleb Sedash, an employee of the science department of the Land of the Leopard FSBI, explained that polar bears often climb trees in search of honey. "Himalayan bears often" build nests "in trees: when they eat fruit, they pluck branches and put them under themselves," Sedash said.

Himalayan bears usually live in Southeast Asia. They spend most of their time in the trees. There they feed and escape from disgust, and in the hollows make a den.

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