Video shows bear on top of a picnic table at a park in Mexico eating as woman shields child’s face

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A woman protects a boy while a black bear interrupts the family meal at Chipinque Ecological Park in Nuevo León, Mexico

Video shows bear on top of a picnic table at a park in Mexico eating as woman shields child’s face

  • Viral TikTok footage showed a black bear interrupting a family meal at Chipinque Ecological Park in Nuevo León, Mexico
  • The bear treated itself to several trays of enchiladas and tacos as the frightened family kept their calm
  • The northeastern state of Nuevo León is said to be home to 34 black bears, according the Autonomous University of Nuevo León

This is bear-y polite way to invite yourself to a family meal when you’re in Mexico.

Footage captured the moment a black bear nibbled through trays of enchiladas and tacos recently at Chipinque Ecological Park in San Pedro Garza García, Nuevo León.

The viral TikTok video, which has gained more than 6 million views since it was posted Monday night, showed how a woman kept her calm and shielded a boy.

The bear got near the boy’s head and treated itself to each of the servings while it stood on top of the picnic table.

Amazingly, the family was not hurt in the incident and left the bear in the woods after the face-to-face encounter. 

A woman protects a boy while a black bear interrupts the family meal at Chipinque Ecological Park in Nuevo León, Mexico

The four-legged creature didn’t appear to have a full stomach after nearly two minutes of chowing down on the traditional Mexican dishes.

It skipped over several drinks, knocking down a bottle before it walked across the table searching for more as a petrified girl remained motionless.

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The bear subsequently stepped down from the table and walked over to an empty tray in search of more food as one of the family members continued to film from a distance.

None of the family was hurt in the incident, but earned a story to tell of the rest for their lives.

A girl somehow manages to keep calm while the bear searches surveys the table for more food after eating the family's tacos and enchiladas off a picnic table at Chipinque Ecological Park, in San Pedro Garza García, Nuevo León

A girl somehow manages to keep calm while the bear searches surveys the table for more food after eating the family’s tacos and enchiladas off a picnic table at Chipinque Ecological Park, in San Pedro Garza García, Nuevo León

Bear sightings like the recent one that took place are very common at Chipinque Ecological Park - officials constantly warn visitors not to leave food around or feed creatures

Bear sightings like the recent one that took place are very common at Chipinque Ecological Park – officials constantly warn visitors not to leave food around or feed creatures

A black bear recently invited itself to a family meal at Chipinque Ecological Park, located in the northeast Mexico city of San Pedro Garza García

A black bear recently invited itself to a family meal at Chipinque Ecological Park, located in the northeast Mexico city of San Pedro Garza García

The incident comes four months after a black bear crashed a party San Pedro Garza García and checked out several of the options that were available on the buffet table before settling for one of the main dishes as startled guests and caterers looked on and laughed. 

In October 2022, another black bear interrupted Ricardo Morales’ proposal to his girlfriend Cecilia Canabal at a restaurant in Chipinque Ecological Park.

Morales told DailyMail.com at the time that several people around them instructed him and Canabal to remain calm as the bear walked across the rose-covered floored.

‘Before the bear passes, we listened to the gardeners and the people from the hotel, from the restaurant, they told us not to be afraid,’ Morales said. 

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‘We looked over there and saw a black shadow, obviously. And this shadow was getting closer to us.’

According to a study conducted by the Autonomous University of Nuevo León, the state is home to at least 38 black bears. 

Mexico’s Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources recognized the animal is an endangered species because parts of its habitat corridor have been urbanized over the years.

Officials at Chipinque Ecological Park have signs posted warning people what to do in the event they encounter bears.

Visitors are asked not approach them and to refrain from bothering them. They are also advised to keep food away from the bears and not to leave trash around.

‘Don’t feed them or throw food at them, and please don’t hit them,’ the agency warns.

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