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A black bear appeared at Disney World, a representative amusement park in the United States, on the 18th (local time), and part of the park was temporarily closed, The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reported.
According to reports, one female black bear has appeared in the "Magic Kingdom Park" area of Disney World in Florida.
After receiving a report, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) captured the black bear near a tree in Magic Kingdom Park at around 1:2 p.m.
In the meantime, Disney World has taken action, including temporarily closing about a dozen rides in the area.
There were no casualties during the bear capture, and Magic Kingdom Park is now available again.
The bear will be transported to or surrounding areas in or around Florida's Ocala National Forest, which is the second-largest national forest in the state, the FWC said.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Board said, "In the fall, bears are active as they forage for food to stock up on fat for the winter, and it is likely that these bears have also moved to the area in search of food."
In fact, an adult bear should consume 45,12 calories a day in the fall.
That's 2 times the recommended daily calorie (2,2 calories) for an adult man.