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Watch Now: Mother bear and her cubs stop traffic in New Hampshire
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Watch Now: Mother bear and her cubs stop traffic in New Hampshire

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A mother bear and two adorable cubs stopped traffic when they crossed a road to get to the forest on the other side. Sarah Leland, 47, watched the three brown bears wandering around a nearby cemetery before they made their crossing over Meetinghouse Road in Merrimack, New Hampshire.

A mother bear and two adorable cubs stopped traffic when they crossed a road to get to the forest on the other side. Sarah Leland, 47, watched the three brown bears wandering around a nearby cemetery before they made their crossing over Meetinghouse Road in Merrimack, New Hampshire.

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