Bears charge towards tea estate employees on road in South India

Some tea plantation employees in South India were given a fright when a group of bears they were watching from a distance suddenly charged at them. The incident happened in the Manjuur area of Nilgiris district in Tamil Nadu on Friday 25 June. It's a hilly region located nearby dense forest so wild animals often pay a visit to the tea plantations. These three bears were resting on the roads of the estate when two employees of the estate came across them while riding a motorbike along the road. They stopped their vehicle and watched the bears from a distance. Then one of the bear charged them and the scared employees ran out of the bears' sight immediately.

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