A Montana family got the experience of a lifetime when some grizzly bears made their way onto the highway, with one making its way onto their car.
The curious grizzly jumped in front of David Peters’ car just outside Yellowstone Park, tapping and sniffing the windows as his wife, his neice and a friend’s young daughter sat in the car, ABC News reported.
“It was exciting,” Peters said. “Except I got my car kind of trashed.”
Peters’ wife Valerie recorded the encounter on June 19. The bear finally walked away when it heard the engine turn on, leaving mud all over the hood of the car.
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