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Since he is called the bear bear, the towering grizzly bear, named Cheyenne, can be seen rhythmically moving her backwards from left to right on a rock, only a few meters away from spectators on the other side of the glass

Bearly legal! Twerken grizzly scratches her back against the glass for amused visitors at the Ohio Zoo

  • Visitors to a zoo in Ohio were given a day out to remember when one of the bears decided to scratch a stubborn itch away from the glass
  • Since he is called the twerking bear, the towering grizzly bear can be seen rhythmically moving his rear end from left to right on a rock
  • Hilarious, the bear even stares back at park visitors over his shoulder as he tries to relieve himself with a swing of the hips
  • Many viewers have compared the grizzly bear to Ballo from Disney & # 39; s Jungle Book, where he scratches his back to the song, Bare Necessities
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Visitors to a zoo in Ohio were given a day out to remember when one of his bears decided to scratch away a stubborn itch due to his & # 39; absolute necessity & # 39; to shake at the glass of the case.

Since he is called the bear bear, the towering grizzly bear, named Cheyenne, can be seen rhythmically as she moves back and forth from her side on a rock, just a few meters away from spectators on the other side of the glass.

In a hilarious way, Cheyenne even looks back at park visitors over her shoulder as she tries to relieve herself with a swing of the hips in the Akron Zoo.

Since he is called the bear bear, the towering grizzly bear, named Cheyenne, can be seen rhythmically moving her backwards from left to right on a rock, only a few meters away from spectators on the other side of the glass

Cheyenne the bear
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Cheyenne the bear

Since he is called the bear bear, the towering grizzly bear, named Cheyenne, can be seen rhythmically moving her backwards from left to right on a rock, only a few meters away from spectators on the other side of the glass

The spontaneous performance even inspired a boy to dance with the bear, with a big grin on his face when his mother recorded the priceless encounter on her cell phone.

The video has been uploaded to the official Facebook page of the Akron Zoo and has been viewed tens of thousands of times since.

Many viewers have compared the grizzly bear to Ballo from Disney & # 39; s Jungle Book, where he scratches his back to the song, Bare Necessities.

Many viewers have compared the Cheyenne de grizzly with Ballo from Disney & # 39; s Jungle Book, where the cartoon bear scratches his back to the song & # 39; Bare Necessities & # 39;

Many viewers have compared the Cheyenne de grizzly with Ballo from Disney & # 39; s Jungle Book, where the cartoon bear scratches his back to the song & # 39; Bare Necessities & # 39;

Many viewers have compared the Cheyenne de grizzly with Ballo from Disney & # 39; s Jungle Book, where the cartoon bear scratches his back to the song & # 39; Bare Necessities & # 39;

Grizzly bears are known to rub their bodies against trees and the ground to mark their territory and attract partners
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Grizzly bears are known to rub their bodies against trees and the ground to mark their territory and attract partners

Grizzly bears are known to rub their bodies against trees and the ground to mark their territory and attract partners

Ricky Barry asked, "Where is the Charmin?", Suggesting that the mammal may need the brand toilet paper that a bear uses as their product's mascot.

Grizzly bears are known to rub their bodies against trees and the ground to mark their territory and attract partners.

But this bear certainly got more than she expected with her back now firmly plastered all over the internet.

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