A Massive Black Bear Roams into Alligator Point, Florida Neighborhood – An Attempt to Relocate Goes Awry

However, the dart’s impact induced a state of panic in the bear, causing it to move in the direction of the ocean.

While swimming into the Gulf, he grew lethargic and began to succumb to drowning.

Adam Warwick, a Wildlife Commission biologist, witnessed the situation and recognized the need for action.

He swam to the bear and stopped it from advancing.

It was an impromptu choice. My adrenaline was surging when I spotted the bear in the water.

The bear approached Adam, attempting to stay afloat by resting on top of him. However, the bear’s legs were growing increasingly feeble.

He grabbed the bear by the scruff of the neck keeping its head above water.

Adam stayed calm and didn’t give up.

Subsequently, he hauled the 400-pound bear roughly 25 yards to the shore.

Here they are finally making their way out of the water.

At this point, other team members came to help.

They employed a tractor bucket to hoist the bear and return it to its habitat within the Osceola National Forest.

The bear was now secure and unharmed. You might call me crazy, but I believe there’s a hint of gratitude in his expression.

This is the way it should be! He’s delighted to be back in his own habitat.


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