Cute moment a black bear wanders in the back yard of a Colorado man to roll around in the snow and play with a soccer ball
- A black bear entered the backyard of a family in Boulder, Colorado on October 26
- The father, Scott Willhite, recorded the moment when the bear played with his children's football and rolled in the snow
- The video has charmed social media users across the country
A playful bear in Colorado took a break from preparing for hibernation to play with a football on a snowy day.
The bear walked into the back yard of Scott Willhite, a resident of Boulder, who captured the surprising moment.
He told Storyful that he was with two sons when the furry animal came into view on Sunday.
& # 39; I was on the phone when suddenly I saw a bear walking through the backyard, & # 39; he said.
Scott Willhite from Boulder, Colorado, recorded the moment when a black bear (photo) rolled in the snow and played with a football in his back yard
The video shows the bear tearing into a football next to the family's trampoline as it rolls around on the snow-covered ground.
Pieces of snow and foam get stuck in his fur while Willhites watched two boys in awe.
He said: & # 39; The boys loved it and couldn't stop giggling. However, the ball did not go well. & # 39;
Pictured: the bear lounging in Willhite's backyard while he and his two sons watch from their home
A person joked that & # 39; there is a child in the house who needs a new football for Christmas! & # 39;
People on social media fell in love with the boisterous bear.
One woman wrote: & # 39; We can all learn from animals. Although they have to work hard to gather food and feed their families, they still take the time to live & # 39; in the moment & # 39; and to play and enjoy life! & # 39;
Another said: & # 39; Cuteness Overload … From a distance of course. & # 39;
One person joked about the destroyed football.
He said: & # 39; I think there is a child in the house who needs a new football for Christmas! & # 39;
The National Weather Service reported that some parts of Boulder received 7.5 centimeters of snow on Sunday.
Later this year this black bear (photo) and other bears will hibernate until mid-March
Earlier this month, Colorado saw a surprising burst of snowfall after the temperature had dropped in just 24 hours from the 70s to the 20s.
Roads became hectic and authorities registered at least 200 car accidents in Denver alone.
As the weather gets colder, black bears begin to hibernate.
The parks and animals in Colorado say that black bears are the only type of bear found in the state and from 2016 there were no fewer than 20,000 bears.
Bears go into hibernation around November and usually only appear in mid-March.
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