Wildlife officials use ladder to help a mother bear and her two cubs climbs out of a culvert pipe

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Wildlife officials use ladder to help a mother bear and her two cubs climbs out of a culvert pipe

Bearly escaping: California wildlife officials drop ladder into culvert pipe so mother bear and her two cubs can climb out after getti

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Bearly escaping: California wildlife officials drop ladder into culvert pipe so mother bear and her two cubs can climb out after getting trapped

  • Video shows the moment when the momma bear climbs out of the well with her two cubs near Monrovia in Los Angeles County 
  • The California Department of Fish and Wildlife shared that two wildlife officers were called to the scene on Saturday, providing the ladder for the bears  
  • Officers returned to the scene on Sunday to retrieve the ladder and to also cover the culvert to ‘prevent other wildlife from falling in’ 

California wildlife officials used a ladder to help save a mother bear and her two cubs who were stuck in a culvert. 

Video shows the moment when the momma bear climbs out of the well with her two cubs near Monrovia in Los Angeles County. 

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife shared that two wildlife officers were called to the scene on Saturday.  

The mother bear climbs out first

She and the cubs were inside the culvert for several hours

Video shows the moment when the momma bear climbs out of the well with her two cubs near Monrovia in Los Angeles County on Saturday

Arriving with a tall ladder, officers discovered that the bears were stuck inside a ‘vertical culvert that led to an underground water source.’ 

Officers placed the ladder inside the culvert before backing from the scene, as not to agitate the mother. 

A couple of hours later, the bears used the ladder to hoist themselves out. 

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife shared that two wildlife officers were called to the scene on Saturday, providing the ladder for the bears to get out

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife shared that two wildlife officers were called to the scene on Saturday, providing the ladder for the bears to get out

They then darted off into the woods. 

Officers returned to the scene on Sunday to retrieve the ladder and to also cover the culvert to ‘prevent other wildlife from falling in.’ 

The agency said in a Facebook post: ‘Sometimes, being a wildlife officer requires patience – and a bit of creativity!’ 

Officers returned to the scene on Sunday to retrieve the ladder and to also cover the culvert to 'prevent other wildlife from falling in'. The cubs climb out

Officers returned to the scene on Sunday to retrieve the ladder and to also cover the culvert to ‘prevent other wildlife from falling in’. The cubs climb out



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