Aleksander Medveš of Slovenia captured an incredible moment on video last month at the Budapest Zoo in Hungary.
While he was checking out the bears at the zoo, when a crow became stuck in the water that surrounds their enclosure. A bear that was nearby, watched it struggle and splash for a moment, then reaches into the water and plucks the crow out with his mouth.
You might think that the bear was helping himself to a little unexpected snack, but instead the bear drops the bedraggled bird onto the ground, and walks away. After taking a moment to recover, the bird hops up, seemingly okay after its ordeal.
The video has gotten over 11 million views on YouTube, and been widely shared on social media sites, and by news organizations.
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