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Video: Black Bear Plays Tetherball
A black bear who was rescued from the freezing cold was videotaped playing tetherball and killing it at the Animal Ark sanctuary in Reno, NV. The bear, whose name is LG, was taken in after he was abandoned and nearly starved and frozen to death.
Since then, he's taken to playing tetherball. In the video, he can be seen standing up at the pole, whacking the ball down and winding it around the pole. The sanctuary tweeted that he didn't always have the skills that he has now:
Still, he's good. Here's the video: