This Bear Habitually Breaks Into The 7-Eleven Near Palisades Tahoe (Videos)

This Bear Habitually Breaks Into The 7-Eleven Near Palisades Tahoe (Videos)

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This Bear Habitually Breaks Into The 7-Eleven Near Palisades Tahoe (Videos)

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You might have seen a video circulating online of a bear that has broken into a 7-Eleven to steal a Reese’s candy bar.

The clip has gone viral across TikTok, and upon further investigation, it appears that the bear is a habitual thief of the 7-Eleven near one of North America’s most popular ski resorts- Palisades Tahoe, CA.

Everybody that has been to Palisades Tahoe has most likely stopped at this 7-Eleven at least once in their life. It’s one of the last places to grab a snack, beer, and other necessities before you get to the resort.

Fanu (@fmunna83pk) on TikTok, has posted over a dozen videos of the bear in question stealing various snack from the store.

It’s clear that the bear knows how to open doors, and has even broken a mop used as a door stop in order to gain entry.

Check out some of the best videos below:

@fmunna83pk

Omg again…. Bear #nature #viral #foryou

♬ original sound – Fanu

@fmunna83pk

Omg #bear #nature #foryou #viral

♬ original sound – Fanu

@fmunna83pk

Finally Bear broke that #bear #nature #foryoupage #viral #dangerous

♬ original sound – Fanu

@fmunna83pk

Yes…… i did that…. #bear #foryoupage #viral #nature #reeses

♬ original sound – Fanu

@fmunna83pk

only showed you all guys that how he eat the Reese’s #foryou #viral #bear #love #happy

♬ original sound – Fanu

@fmunna83pk

Bear likes Reeses 🤪🤪 #bear #foryou #viral

♬ original sound – Fanu

@fmunna83pk

Bear world #bear #nature #foruoupage #viral

♬ original sound – Fanu

Watching a bear habitually break into a 7-Eleven to steal snacks in undeniably hilarious, but I’m a little bit worried about him…

I’m actually surprised that he hasn’t been killed yet. Bears that get this comfortable around humans are typically euthanized by local wildlife agencies.

Here’s hoping that doesn’t happen, and that the bear can be safely relocated away from the area…

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