Epic battle: grizzly bear vs. "bear-proof" trash can. Who will win?

Grizzly bears foraging for food in Montana trash cans is becoming a more common occurrence, and few trash cans can withstand the might and ingenuity of a hungry grizzly. That was until Rollin Stone, a resident of Steamboat, Colorado, came up with this "grizzly-proof" trash can.
The video below shows a peckish grizzly bear wrestling tirelessly with this bear-proof trash can, and it looks as though the bear may finally be stumped. Maybe the solution to pesky bears is finally here. Only time will tell.
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Watch as this giant Grizzly bear, named Kobuk according to 9 News, does everything it can think of to try to open this trashcan. He even jumps on it for a bit, but has no luck. Will he get into it finally? Watch the video to find out.
This grizzly bear will have easily sourced the food in the garbage can thanks to its incredible sense of smell. Grizzly bears have a sense of smell better than a hound dog, and can smell food from miles away.
Grizzly bears are huge compared to the more common black bears found all over the United States. According to Defenders, Most adult females can weigh up to 400 pounds and can stand up to 9.8 feet tall. Brown bears, including grizzlies are found in North America, Asia and Europe, giving them the widest range for all bear species’. In the U.S., you can only find them in Alaska, Montana, Washington, Idaho and Wyoming.
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Pallas Buckley submitted this video to the news.
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