The nationwide ‘Bear Hunt’ in which people are leaving teddy bears in windows is helping banish coronavirus boredom during a school holidays spent in lockdown.
New Zealanders’ trick to add a little escapism to morning walks has been turning heads around the world.
Across the country there are supposedly almost 20,000 windows with bears in.
Just look up on your next walk, you’ll likely see a pair of button eyes staring back. One of the largest organised bear hunts has been set up by Annlee Scott, from Hamilton, and the game has had tens of thousands join, including PM Jacinda Ardern.
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