Another bear had to be euthanized in Arizona after it was seen trying to break into several homes in Munds Park recently. Wildlife officials say the bear had grown accustomed to eating human food and breaking into occupied houses. It was the fourth bear that had to be put down in the past ten days. Drought conditions have contributed to more wildlife sightings around the state, but people feeding animals has also contributed to more activity. Officials once again are telling residents to not feed wildlife because that puts the animal’s life, and human lives, in danger. Other incidents where bears had to be euthanized took place in Anthem, Pinetop-Lakeside and Payson.