CHENGDU, CHINA - SEPTEMBER 9: (CHINA OUT) A black bear plays at the Moon Bear Rescue Centre September 9, 2006 in Chengdu of Sichuan Province, China. Established in 2002, the center has saved about 185 bears from bear farms, where farmers milked their bile for profit and now it houses 168 bears. Financed by the AAF, Moon Bear Rescue Centre has cooperated with local governments to work towards the future of eliminating bear farming in China. (Photo by China Photos/Getty Images)

Some of us are just born to perform for the camera.

A BEAR broke into a family’s house in Vail, Colorado last week.  He trashed the kitchen and then he headed for the living room.  And the family’s security cameras caught a perfect image of the bear . . . playing the piano.

Seriously.  He’s standing up, with his hands on the keys, looking right into the camera.


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BEAR-THOVEN'S FIRST SYMPHONY: Why did the bear break into the home? To play the piano, of course. A surveillance camera recorded the sights and sounds inside a Colorado home. STORY: