Family Saves Bear – level 3

10-07-2020 07:00

A family in Wisconsin, US, were out fishing on Marshmiller Lake, when they spotted an animal swimming with what appeared to be a plastic tub stuck on its head.

The family maneuvered their boat around, and they realized that the trapped animal was in fact a baby black bear that struggled to stay afloat.

The family followed the bear with a boat before they got close enough to be able to remove the plastic container from the bear´s head. However, their first attempt was unsuccessful, and the family circled back around for a second try to get the plastic off. They saved the bear, and it made it safely to the shore.

The black bear´s primary range is located in the north of the state. However, due to a growing population, bears are becoming more common in the lower part of the state than ever before.

Difficult words: maneuver (to move skillfully or carefully), afloat (above the surface of water), primary range (the main or the most important area where something exists).

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