VIDEO: Grizzly Bear Charges Tourist in Yellowstone National Park, MT

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At least she managed to get the shot – for the Gram!

Yellowstone regulations state that tourists, who are responsible for their own safety, must remain at least 100 yards from bears and wolves. This woman had been warned by a number of people that she was too close and should return to her car…

“The animals in Yellowstone are wild and unpredictable, no matter how calm they appear to be. The safest (and often best) view of wildlife is from inside a car.”

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9 thoughts on “VIDEO: Grizzly Bear Charges Tourist in Yellowstone National Park, MT

  1. The gene pool could use a little chlorine !
    All for the Instagram stupid is as stupid does !

  2. Should be fines involved when you intentionally get to close to bears . Mom with Cubs. If the stupid woman was mauled because she thought her Cubs were in danger they must likely would have put her down and cubs future in even more in doubt.

  3. When that bear got closer and saw how big the woman was, it got scared and backed off.

  4. I wish people like that would be fined by the national park system or the state. They cause problems for wildlife and ruin things for other responsible visitors. She stressed the mama bear and is lucky she didn’t get hurt.

    1. Those weren’t cubs. Those were full grown males who hadn’t noticed the woman until she charged her. If cubs had been there she wouldn’t have stopped. In another spot of the park a man was killed by a male guarding a food source.

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