A few bears in Colorado have been caught on video having fun with the state’s heat climate final week by crashing a resident’s pool and taking a dip as they put together for winter hibernation.

The 2 younger bears have been having their “pool social gathering” within the yard of a house in Boulder on Oct. 9, Boulder police mentioned.

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“Don’t really feel too unhealthy that you simply did not get an invitation, we didn’t get invited both,” the Boulder Police Dept. posted on Twitter.

Video shared by the division exhibits one bear leaping proper into the water whereas the opposite hangs out poolside. The moist bear even appeared to attempt pushing its good friend into the pool. It wasn’t recognized whether or not the dry bear ever took a swim.

Temperatures have been reported within the low 80s on the day of their swim. A day later, chilling temperatures and a snowstorm hit the realm.

Experiences of bear-related incidents have been anticipated to be on the rise throughout this time because the animals enter hyperphagia, the interval when bears spend as much as 20 hours a day consuming as a lot as 20,000 energy as they put together for hibernation, in response to Colorado Parks and Wildlife.

Bears typically hibernate between November and April, the company mentioned.

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