A black bear with her head stuck in a coffee can was finally rescued after concerned drivers saw the distressed animal struggling on the road.
Randy Rallo captured the video of the 100 lbs bear, believed to be around three years old, after she walked onto the Alaska Highway near Tok.
Rallo said he called the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, which had already received a number of calls from other worried drivers, to come and rescue it.
The distressed animal was filmed wandering around a highway in Alaska with the can on her head.
Here is the video:
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Fish and Game staff, including assistant area biologist Jeff Wells, arrived at the scene to save the animal.
The team shot the bear with a tranquilizer dart before using tin snips to remove the empty coffee can.
The bear was given antibiotics for the wound caused by the dart and set free in nearby woods.
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