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Bear back! Curious black beast that was spotted trying to play with a group of hikers in Mexico is seen AGAIN trying to hug a woman on a nearby street

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A black bear that made international headlines after it was filmed pawing around with a group of Mexican hikers has been spotted again - this time sniffing a woman in a nearby street.

New video posted to the internet on Tuesday shows the curious creature approaching the pedestrian not far from the Chipinque Ecological Park in San Pedro Garza García.

Footage shows the female remaining very calm as the bear sniffs her legs and attempts to play.

A black bear that made international headlines after it was filmed pawing around with a group of Mexican hikers has been spotted again - this time sniffing a woman in a nearby street

As she attempts to walk away from the animal, it follows her close behind and, at one point, wraps its arm around her knee.

The friendly bear appeared disappointed when the woman refused to clown around, and the clip ended as he walked away from it.

Thankfully, there were no reports of injuries.

Chipinque Ecological Park officials say it is the same bear that was caught on camera trying to play with three hikers earlier this week.

Two videos from that encounter show the inquisitive animal leaping up onto one of the women to survey her shoulder length hair.

One of the hikers even managed to snap a selife with the bear in the background.

While black bears are usually shy, they are also known for very curious and become more brazen in semi-suburban areas as they often wander out into the street to paw through trash cans.

Chipinque Ecological Park officials say it is the same bear that was caught on camera trying to play with three hikers earlier this week (pictured)
One woman captured the astounding moment by taking a selfie with the bear as it sniffed her hair

The incredible footage made headlines around the world, and captured the attention of numerous celebrities - several of whom praised the selfie-taking woman for her nerves of steel.

Former NBA player Rex Chapman shared the video on his page and wrote: 'Oh. my. goodness. She’s a rock. I want this girl in my foxhole...'

Journalist Yashar Ali shared a similar sentiment and praised the group for handling the situation with ease.

'We don't see the lead up, but they handle themselves well. If a black bear is this close to you, it's too late to scare them off unless they're attacking you, then you should fight back,' Ali wrote.

'Otherwise, stay calm..don't run. Don't do that with a grizzly if they attack you...play dead.'

Fellow journalist Clarence Hill Jr. added: 'It's one thing to be brave, its another to be poised under pressure. My God.'

The incredible footage made headlines around the world, and captured the attention of numerous celebrities - several of whom praised the selfie-taking woman for her nerves of steel

A black bear that made international headlines after it was filmed pawing around with a group of Mexican hikers has been spotted again – this time sniffing a woman in a nearby street.

New video posted to the internet on Tuesday shows the curious creature approaching the pedestrian not far from the Chipinque Ecological Park in San Pedro Garza García.

Footage shows the female remaining very calm as the bear sniffs her legs and attempts to play. As she attempts to walk away from the animal, it follows her close behind and, at one point, wraps its arm around her knee.

The friendly bear appeared disappointed when the woman refused to clown around, and the clip ended as he walked away from it.

Thankfully, there were no reports of injuries.

Chipinque Ecological Park officials say it is the same bear that was caught on camera trying to play with three hikers earlier this week. Two videos from that encounter show the inquisitive animal leaping up onto one of the women to survey her shoulder length hair.

One of the hikers even managed to snap a selife with the bear in the background.

While black bears are usually shy, they are also known for very curious and become more brazen in semi-suburban areas as they often wander out into the street to paw through trash cans. The incredible footage made headlines around the world, and captured the attention of numerous celebrities – several of whom praised the selfie-taking woman for her nerves of steel.

Former NBA player Rex Chapman shared the video on his page and wrote: ‘Oh. my. goodness. She’s a rock. I want this girl in my foxhole…’

Journalist Yashar Ali shared a similar sentiment and praised the group for handling the situation with ease.

‘We don’t see the lead up, but they handle themselves well. If a black bear is this close to you, it’s too late to scare them off unless they’re attacking you, then you should fight back,’ Ali wrote.

‘Otherwise, stay calm..don’t run. Don’t do that with a grizzly if they attack you…play dead.’

Fellow journalist Clarence Hill Jr. added: ‘It’s one thing to be brave, its another to be poised under pressure. My God.’