When wild animals decide to enter human territory, the results can be funny, adorable or downright scary.
Here are some recent (extremely bizarre) wildlife break-ins:
Bears Tries to Crawl Through Door
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An Idaho man captured photos of a cub trying to squeeze through his cat door. But that wasn’t the first visit.
Just a few days before, a bear had broken in earlier that week and ransacked his house looking for food — including a 12-pack of pepsi and a toblerone bar. Earlier that year, he had also caught several crawling up the side of the house. Watch more here.
Hungry Cougar Wrecks Kitchen
A Chilean woman got a breakfast surprise when she found a cougar inside her kitchen one morning. The animal had made a mess of the place, leaving her window blinds shredded in a pile on the floor.
The cougar, which appeared to have broken through a window, was eventually sedated and taken to a local zoo.
Baby Seal Breaks Into House for a Nap
A baby seal entered a New Zealand home through the cat door and promptly made himself at home. The owner of the house heard a racket downstairs and was stunned to find the pup playing with her cats in the kitchen.
It then calmly made his way to the couch and settled in.
Monitor Lizard On the Wall
Meanwhile in Australia… An Australian man reported discovering this reptilian intruder on the side of his house recently. Hanging onto a brick wall was a large Lace Monitor, also known as a Lace Goanna. The giant lizard was photographed by a New South Whales resident named Eric Holland.
“I was just doing a repair job in my shed when I opened the door and I saw this huge thing run across the ground and out of sight,” Mr. Holland said.
These lizards can grow up to 6.8 feet and weigh over 44 lbs! At that size they are very dangerous to any animal nearby, including humans.
Woman Wakes Up To Fox in Her Bed
One woman found herself in her own personal nightmare when she woke up one morning to find a fox sitting on her chest.
She ran downstairs to find her husband, who naturally, stopped to take a photo first. They eventually managed to coax the cub down the stairs and out of the house.
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