Rangers at Lowston National Park are investigating an event that could easily turn into a graze.
A video released on May 10 shows an unidentified woman approaching the Gray Bear and two cubs on a roaring mountain in the park. The video – by Darsie Addington, a witness who does not know the woman – appears to be taking pictures of bears as she raises her phone.
The mother bear runs towards her, and the female turns and walks fast. The voices behind it sound like “Holy Fuk” and “Oh my God.”
Other people in the area warned the woman that she was too close to the bears. Addington told USA Today.
“It was scary,” she said.
The White House is trying to identify the woman, according to the park’s Instagram account.
In an unrelated event, he was the only walker in Lowston He was hospitalized after being beaten by a bear On Friday.
For the safety of both man and bear, NPS asks park visitors Always stay at least 100 yards away from bears, never feed them and never approach photography.
It is an annual issue of gob itors who improperly approach wildlife for photography. Linn In 2015, many people were injured by billions. Including at least three injured or uprooted After approaching the animals for a photo shoot. A woman in Custer State Park in South Dakota last year He sat in the middle of the herd to grab photos, Caused a woman to sue Bison and take off her pants.
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