Crow Is Drowning At The Zoo, Then This Killer Bear Takes Matters Into His Own Claws

by Jess Butler
Jess is a curly-haired Jersey girl who adores penguins and watches the worst reality shows on TV.

At one point or another, we all need a helping hand — or a bear paw, in this crow’s case.

Visitors were enjoying a pleasant day at the Budapest Zoo when a rare sight unfolded before their very eyes.

A killer bear was simply walking around his enclosure, not engaging in any out-of-the-ordinary behavior.

Then the bear noticed a crow emerging from behind a rock in the water.

The bird must have darted down from the air into the water that graced the side of the bear habitat.

It did not take long for visitors to notice the poor crow’s incessant wing flapping and squawking in the pool. The bird helplessly tried to stay afloat as it bobbed to the far side.

After peering over at the drowning bird, the killer beard began to make his way over to the crow. He swayed from side to side, shuffling over to the other end of the pool.

The crow continued in his panic, until the killer bear was hovering over him. The bear stood tall on the edge of a rocky platform next to the pool. It seemed like the worst was yet to come.

Without a moment’s notice, the killer bear lowered his left arm into the water, almost fencing the crow into the corner of the pool. The bear then used his strong teeth to pluck the crow out by its wing!

He placed the crow on the ground and nonchalantly returned to the other side of the bear pen, going on with his day.

This killer bear wasn’t such a killer after all.

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