Bear Taking Bath Caught on Camera

Animals display human-like attributes.
1:45 | 03/08/12

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News from the animal kingdom one headline today put it this way forget the apes fear in the bay terrorists who've emerged as a lot smarter than we thought here's ABC's Matt -- -- We humans may not be as special as we thought this round Bayer may prove he's apparently using a still think -- far. To clean his face sixty seconds later to bear drops the first -- and picks up the second scratch -- one. That makes -- a tool -- experts -- add one or animal to the pantheon of tool users something we used to think was uniquely human. But -- -- using it's actually pretty neat because it really assumes that the animal needs to think about if I do this. Then this will happen and that's actually pretty deep concept thing. YouTube is full of such examples. -- smash open -- with rocks. A hungry out to host an open ajar to get its own launch. Throws open the wire to fish -- -- -- this elephant using a box with a step letter. And don't think -- sponges as protected year when they forage. Animals may even use tools for fun remember that now famous -- using -- -- -- like snowboard. And at jungle island in Miami we paid a visit to the brain. And did peaks like that -- God bless -- and get this. -- -- -- -- Mango bank Yale Einstein of the -- -- as we college where. That's right they're uses rock -- rented -- and uses -- and it may do it. Matt Gutman ABC news plan.

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