LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Little teddy bears of all kinds are spread across one Las Vegas valley neighborhood as part of a nationwide trend called "bear hunt."
It's a neat way for families to get some fresh air while practicing social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic.
Local mom Kamelia Kohlmeier started the trend in her Desert Shores neighborhood after seeing it in California.
Families place teddy bears in their front yard or window, then they walk around the neighborhood and try to spot bears at other homes.
Kohlmeier is using the hashtag #BearHunt2020 to spread the word.
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