WATCH: Future in Baseball? Wonderful Moment Retired Show Gear Catches Slice of Bread with It’s Mouth

This is the incredible moment a retired show bear caught a slice of bread with its mouth.
The footage, filmed from the inside of a car, captured the brown bear as it sat on the grass inside a fenced area.
It waved its paw as the vehicle approached, sniffing the air curiously at its occupants.

This is the incredible moment a retired show bear caught a slice of bread with its mouth.

The footage, filmed from the inside of a car, captured the brown bear as it sat on the grass inside a fenced area.

It waved its paw as the vehicle approached, sniffing the air curiously at its occupants.

This is the incredible moment a retired show bear caught a slice of bread with its mouth.
The footage, filmed from the inside of a car, captured the brown bear as it sat on the grass inside a fenced area.
It waved its paw as the vehicle approached, sniffing the air curiously at its occupants.

The passenger then threw a piece of sliced bread from the car like a frisbee, the bear ducking its head as it approached.

But just as it seemed like the bread was destined for the floor, the creature quickly snapped its jaw – swallowing the snack in one bite.

The video, which was uploaded to Twitter by ‘relktnthero’, currently has more than 2million views and 58,000 shares.

Alongside the short clip, they wrote: ‘I really need everyone to see this.

‘These bears are not wild. They’re retired show bears. They’re very famous.’

The passenger then threw a piece of sliced bread from the car like a frisbee, the bear ducking its head as it approached

The video is believed to have been filmed on the Olympic Game Farm in Sequim, Washington state.

The farm is famous for being home to a group of 19 so-called ‘waving bears’ – retired show bears who politely greet their visitors.

They are then rewarded with a slice of bread, which is often thrown as shown in the video.

The farm was a movie set and animal repository for Walt Disney Studios from the 1950s into the 1970s, Vice reported.

SOURCE: DailyMail, by FAITH RIDLER