BY BOB HOLT
A different class of neighbor has been checking out the territory in Jefferson Township recently, apparently trying to decide if he cab sustain his current lifestyle in suburbia.
That would be a large black bear.
Videos have been posted online of a black bear walking through the streets of Jefferson, checking out trash cans, and continuing to walk, according to the New York Daily News. And when I say walk, I mean on itâs two hind legs.
Bears that walk on their hind legs are called âbipedal bears,â and often learn that due to an injury. One video description reads, according to philly.com, âIt seems that one of its front paws are injured, and it has learned to walk, extremely well, on its back legs.â