For decades, scientists around the world have chased an elusive answer to a grand question: Can bears use hammocks?
Okay, fine, no legitimate scientist has ever wondered that. But if they did, we now have an answer to this very important query thanks to a video captured by Neville Anthony Judd of Gibsons, B.C.
Judd posted a clip to Facebook on Sunday showing a family of bears in his backyard failing colossally as they try to use a hammock.
You can watch the video embedded above
SOLID WORK, TEAM
YOU'VE MADE A HAMMOCKERY OF THIS
At one point, three of the bears wander off while a cub just sits there and bites the hammock, as if to prove some kind of point.
This isn't the first time the bears have invaded Judd's backyard. He told the Vancouver Sun they visited two or three times in May and June.
Judd said on Facebook he's set up a "sprinkler, wading pool, and trampoline" for the bears' next visit — so fingers crossed for more ridiculous footage.