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Nature officials use a ladder to make a mother bear and her two cubs climb out of a culvert pipe

Bearly Escapes: California wildlife officials drop the ladder into the culvert so mother bear and her two cubs can climb out after being trapped

  • Video shows the moment the mama bear with her two cubs climbs out of the well near Monrovia in Los Angeles County
  • The California Department of Fish and Wildlife said two wildlife officers were called in on Saturday to provide the bears with a ladder
  • Officers returned to the scene on Sunday to retrieve the ladder and also cover the diver to ‘prevent other animals from falling in’

California wildlife officials used a ladder to help rescue a mother bear and her two cubs trapped in a diver.

Video shows the moment when the mama bear and her two cubs climb out of the well near Monrovia in Los Angeles County.

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife said two wildlife officers were called to the scene on Saturday.

The mother bear climbs out first

She and the cubs were in the diver for several hours

She and the cubs were in the diver for several hours

Video shows the moment when the mother bear climbs from the well at Monrovia in Los Angeles County with her two cubs on Saturday

When they arrived with a high ladder, they discovered that the bears were trapped in a “vertical diver leading to an underground water source.”

Officers placed the ladder in the diver before withdrawing from the scene, so as not to irritate the mother.

A few hours later, the bears used the ladder to lift themselves out.

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife shared that two wildlife officers were called in on Saturday to give the bears the ladder to get out

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife shared that two wildlife officers were called in on Saturday to give the bears the ladder to get out

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife shared that two wildlife officers were called in on Saturday to give the bears the ladder to get out

Then they shot into the forest.

Officers returned to the scene on Sunday to retrieve the ladder and also cover the diver to “prevent other animals from falling into the wild.”

The agency said in one Facebook post: “Sometimes a wildlife watch requires patience – and a little creativity!”

Officers returned to the scene on Sunday to retrieve the ladder and also cover the diver to “prevent other animals from falling into the wild.” The cubs climb out

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