Do you know these 10 things about  Cocaine Bear? 

Cocaine Bear was a wild black bear who lived in the forests of Georgia, USA.

In 1985, the bear consumed over 70 pounds of cocaine that was dropped from a drug smuggler's airplane.

The bear was found dead two days later, presumably from a cocaine overdose.

The story of Cocaine Bear became widely known after it was featured in a book called "The Bluegrass Conspiracy" by Sally Denton.

The bear was stuffed and is now on display at the Kentucky Fun Mall in Lexington, Kentucky.

Cocaine Bear has become a popular cultural icon and has been referenced in several movies, TV shows, and songs.

The incident involving Cocaine Bear is one of the most bizarre and unusual stories in the history of drug smuggling.

The smuggler who dropped the cocaine from the plane was later arrested and sentenced to 20 years in prison.

Cocaine Bear's story has also been used to highlight the dangers of drug abuse and the negative impact it can have on wildlife.

Although tragic, the story of Cocaine Bear has captured the imagination 

of many people and has become a part of pop culture folklore. 

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