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As we take more and more land away from wildlife, there becomes more animal and human contact. Thus, is the case of a wild black bear in Wisconsin. This black bear found its way onto a nearby farm where it got its head stuck in a milk can.

In the video above, watch as a farmer drives a tractor out onto the field to help the bear. How exactly can a tractor help out this bear?! Watch and see what this Wisconsin farmer does to remove the milk can from the bear’s head, while another farmer records the rescue.

It’s great to see kind samaritans help out wildlife in need — especially in the most interesting ways. The black bear probably learned its lesson. No more prying in milk cans — at least empty ones!

Image source: Casey Brown/Flickr

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0 comments on “Men Rescue Black Bear With Milk Can Stuck on Head. Wait Till You See How They Did it! (VIDEO)”

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john pasqua
3 Months Ago

good souls to help another today.


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CHERYL
3 Months Ago

So grateful to see that some people STILL have a respect for wildlife! Great job!


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Barry
3 Months Ago

Glad that worked out, barely got it off!


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Joe Rouco
3 Months Ago

I am impressed, Good work!!


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Leslie Cunningham
3 Years Ago

Notice that he had to ruin some of his corn to get to the bear. For a farmer, that\'s a big deal. So thank you to this farmer for putting the life of an animal over income.


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Shelly420
3 Years Ago

Thank you for taking the time to do that. Awesome job guys!


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