PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A black bear was spotted in Pittsburgh’s Banksville Park.

While bears aren’t usually seen in the city, wildlife officials say it’s actually not uncommon in the spring and summer.

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Mother bears are kicking out their 1-year-old cubs. Those cubs wander around looking for a home of their own or something to eat.

Even though the cubs aren’t huge, you still want to be safe.

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“Definitely don’t try to get close to it,” PA Wildlife Conservation Officer Gary Fujak said. “Don’t try to feed it. Just keep a safe distance and don’t approach it and just let it do its own thing.”

If you do see the bear, call police. Wildlife officials say they’ll take it from there.

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