The video was turned over to FWC Tuesday.
FWC said bear biologists are conducting a site visit to check on bears in the area.
FWC officers want to urge residents to never get close to bears or allow bears to get close to humans.
“While we are glad that no one was injured during the interaction captured on video, if this was an area where children were playing, the situation could have quickly turned tragic,” FWC said in a release. “People should be mindful that black bears are highly unpredictable, wild animals.”
FWC said there have been four people seriously injured by bears in Seminole County since 2012.
“The video of this very large bear demonstrates that it has obviously lost its fear of humans, most likely because it has learned that food is available in this area,” FWC said. “We urge Floridians to contact us immediately if they see a bear who is exhibiting this kind of behavior. Normal bear behavior is to avoid people.”