TMZ Geographic Presents: The Greasy Bear

11/18/2007 7:00 PM PST
It isn't that unusual to see the Ursa Lubricus species (better known as Greasy Bear) in the wild. But last night, TMZ cameras were able to spot him without his usual nightcrawling pal, Heirmessium Hiltonicum.

Watch as the creature struggles to adjust to its surroundings, going in and out of the same doorway over and over again. Clearly, it is confused. Even its friend cannot explain the behavior. (Wait! Isn't that Steven Bing?!?)

Finally, when shown to its vehicle, it is unable to communicate with those around him -- instead voicing displeasure with a simple gesture -- made possible by more than opposable thumbs. Truly remarkable.