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VIDEO: Bears drags bull elk to shore in Yellowstone and next 24 hours

Now the Grizlly is draggin the Bull elk to the shore :

Then the bear actually buries the elk! Watch this 24 hours later video:

VIDEO: Grizzly bear vs 20 wolves in Yellowstone!

The Junction Butte wolf pack in Yellowstone facing off with a grizzly bear. After twenty-five years since wolves were reintroduced to Yellowstone National Park, we have the opportunity to view these apex predators again competing, but more importantly, we have the opportunity to learn about the natural world and how charismatic animals like bears and wolves affect their environment.

Death of grizzly mother and cubs a ‘big loss’ to Banff park

Mother of rare, white-headed cub killed Sept. 3 by train, cubs presumed dead

Wildlife experts say the death of a mother grizzly bear and her two cubs — including a rare blond-headed grizzly — in Banff National Park is a major loss to the population.

Parks Canada has said that an adult bear was struck and killed Sept. 3 by a Canadian Pacific Railway train on a rail line through the Alberta park.

So many animals get killed through the train tracks in Banff National Park! Why can we not come up with a solution for that!!

“She was about 10 years old and had been known to Parks Canada,” Dwight Bourdin, resource conservation manager with the agency’s Lake Louise, Yoho and Kootenay field unit, said in an interview last week.

The bear, known as No. 143, spent most of her time in the backcountry of Banff and the adjacent Yoho and Kootenay national parks in British Columbia, Bourdin said.

She was spotted earlier this summer with two cubs, including the one with a blond head and brown body. But Bourdin said neither cub has been spotted since before the mother bear was killed.

Parks Canada estimates on its website that there are 65 grizzly bears in Banff National Park.

Perfectly preserved Ice Age cave bear found in Arctic Russia

Reindeer herders in a Russian Arctic archipelago have found an immaculately preserved carcass of an Ice Age cave bear, researchers said Monday.

The find, revealed by the thawing permafrost, was discovered on the Lyakhovsky Islands with its teeth and even its nose intact. Previously scientists only had been able to discover the bones of cave bears that became extinct 15,000 years ago.

Scientists of the North-Eastern Federal University in Yakutsk, the premier center for research into woolly mammoths and other prehistoric species, hailed the find as groundbreaking.

In a statement issued by the university, researcher Lena Grigorieva emphasized that “this is the first and only find of its kind — a whole bear carcass with soft tissues.”

For more information read this.

VIDEO: Bear walks into hotel lobby in Whistler, BC, Canada

It’s not unusual to see bears and other wildlife in Whistler, B.C., Canada, but one bear seemed to want to get a taste of the high life recently.

In July 2020, a black bear wandered into the lobby of the Four Seasons Hotel in the world-renown ski resort’s upper village.

The bear wandered through the lobby, checking out the furnishings, before deciding to check out without any issue, with the manager safely escorting it at a distance.

A spokesperson for the hotel said Monday no guests saw the animal on the property.

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