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2 bears spotted digging through trash in Monrovia
MONROVIA, Calif. (KABC) -- A mother bear and her cub were spotted wandering in Monrovia Monday, surprising residents with a mess outside their homes.
A photographer spotted two bears on Norumbega Road around midnight.
The furry visitors reportedly dug through residents' trash for about 45 minutes before heading back up into the hills.
Other than creating a mess, the bears did not appear to cause any problems for those living in the neighborhood.
The photographer also spotted a small mountain lion in the area.
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