Bear Family Returns to New Jersey Neighborhood for Another Day Trip

Aug 26, 2015

There's nothing like a lazy summer outing. And for one family of bears, a northern New Jersey neighborhood is so much fun, they came back for another trip.

The bear family seems to include a mother and her cubs. Their kiddie pool adventure in that neighborhood went viral last week, and on Wednesday, the group returned to the same neighborhood, this time to pick through trash and recycling.

David Horowitz, a neighbor who lives across the street, took photos of the family's return to the area.

Tim Basso, the homeowner whose kiddie pool was the site of the bears swim trip last week, said that while the bears are amusing, their return is concerning.

"I don't want to turn my back for too long on my kids if they're playing in the backyard," he told NBC New York.

Wildlife Smuggled Through Airport Security

Thailand Tiger Luggage
A baby tiger cub is found in the suitcase of a woman flying from Bangkok to Iran, at Suvarnabhumi Airport, in Bangkok, Thailand. Authorities at the airport found the baby tiger cub that had been drugged and hidden among stuffed toy tigers in the suitcase. Photo release Aug. 22, 2010.Suvarnabhumi Airport Wildlife Checkpoint/AP
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Handout photo of Giant African Snails confiscated at Los Angeles International Airport
Bird Smuggler Caught With His Pants Down
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A woman arrived in Melbourne, Australia on a flight from Singapore with 51 live tropical fish hidden in a specially designed apron under her skirt on June 6, 2005. Customs officers became suspicious after hearing 'flipping' noises coming from her waist.
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IN FRIGHT SERVICEA plane passenger with dozens of deadly tarantula spiders hidden in his luggage was arrested as he tried to smuggle the creepy-crawly cargo past customs officials in Zurich Airport, Switzerland.The male passenger - who has not been named by police - had stashed the spiders in six boxes hidden in a suitcase he'd brought in on a flight from the Dominican Republic in the Caribbean.The specimens - all endangered Mexican red kneed tarantulas - are understood to have died of cold during the flight.Experts say they can live for up to 30 years and adults have a leg span of up to six inches. (Newscom TagID: epphotos014605.jpg) [Photo via Newscom]
A baby tiger cub is found in the suitcase of a woman flying from Bangkok to Iran, at Suvarnabhumi Airport, in Bangkok,

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