Bears play on backyard slide

Bears play on backyard slide

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A family came home to an unbelievable sight, a mama and baby bear playing on their backyard swing set in Roxbury, New Jersey.

Homeowner Mayann Vandadia says it was a wild sight to see. She said she came home with her daughters, Michelle and Gabrielle, to find a momma bear and her cub rummaging through their trash.

A short time later, the bears were playing on rocks in their yard and even having fun on their playground slide.

Eventually the family used an air horn to scare the bears off.

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