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​​​​ This visitor to the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Canada no doubt got the fright of his life when a curious polar bear knocked at the window of his van.

The animal seemed to be in search of food and inspected the vehicle for more than half an hour before it finally climbed into the back.

However, the van must not have been up to scratch because the bear, weighing in at about 140 kilograms, promptly jumped back out and sauntered off.

​​​​ This visitor to the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Canada no doubt got the fright of his life when a curious polar bear knocked at the window of his van.

The animal seemed to be in search of food and inspected the vehicle for more than half an hour before it finally climbed into the back.

However, the van must not have been up to scratch because the bear, weighing in at about 140 kilograms, promptly jumped back out and sauntered off.

​​​​ This visitor to the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Canada no doubt got the fright of his life when a curious polar bear knocked at the window of his van.

The animal seemed to be in search of food and inspected the vehicle for more than half an hour before it finally climbed into the back.

However, the van must not have been up to scratch because the bear, weighing in at about 140 kilograms, promptly jumped back out and sauntered off.

​​​​ This visitor to the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Canada no doubt got the fright of his life when a curious polar bear knocked at the window of his van.

The animal seemed to be in search of food and inspected the vehicle for more than half an hour before it finally climbed into the back.

However, the van must not have been up to scratch because the bear, weighing in at about 140 kilograms, promptly jumped back out and sauntered off.

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