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What's trending - President shows what's harder than voting, bears in Lake Tahoe, and whale extreme close-up

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What's trending today? Steve shows us a video President Obama put together showing 5 things that are harder to do than registering to vote. It's funny. Some examples are: naming all the characters from "Game of Thrones", making a friendship bracelet and playing the game "Operation".

Grace shared a video that has been seen nearly 10 million times. KCRA 3 posted it. It's viewer video of a mama bear and her cubs playing in Lake Tahoe. Swimmers and paddlers are just a few feet away. Wildlife experts say they were probably forced into the populated area in order to find water during this drought.

Dan shows us video from Quebec of a whale watching tour. They spotted a humpback several yards away, only to find that it nearly knocked over the boat.

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