A monitoring video shows the black bear first opening a beehive with its mouth and running away very quickly. Local forestry authorities analyzed this as a move to avoid bee stinging. The large beast returned later in the night and did his worst, after the bees inside the hives had flown away. The staff had set up nine far infrared ray sensor monitors around the bee breeding base. The cameras finally captured the moment when the black bear stole honey. The base started reporting beehive missing cases since the end of last month and suspected that it was done by wild animals.