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Communities staging 'bear hunts' to entertain kids during coronavirus outbreak

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Neighborhoods across the globe are coming together amid the outbreak with an almost un-bear-ably cute show of community.

“Bear hunts” are being set up by neighbors and businesses everywhere in a bid to keep kids – and parents – busy during self-isolation, while also adhering to social distancing.

"Bear hunts" are becoming more popular across the globe as coronavirus outbreak continues.

"Bear hunts" are becoming more popular across the globe as coronavirus outbreak continues. (iStock)

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The activity, which is based on the award-winning children’s book “Going on a Bear Hunt,” involves placing a stuffed bear in the windows of residences or businesses. As kids are out with parents, either driving or walking (while maintaining six feet of distance from others), they “hunt” for the bears.

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The quarantine-approved scavenger hunt has gained popularity around the world, and parents have shared how grateful they have been for the show.

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Anyone hoping to take their families outside for some fresh air should also be sure to stay safe with these tips.