Grizzly Bear Gets Behind the Camera

At the beginning of this month, the wildlife photographer Jim Lawrence noticed a grizzly bear in a British Columbia river and he set up his camera and tripod to snap a photo. However, the curious bear had different ideas.

The grizzly stepped out of the river where it was standing, shook off and went closer to investigate the camera equipment, while he was standing on his hind legs in order to get a better view. The photo of the grizzly bear went viral, and the other photographer who was with Lawrence at the time posted a video of the entire scene.
Once the bear hit the camera with the paw, the camera tilted down and scared him off terribly, which made him ran off into the woods.

Just a reminder not to get too close to bears.
Watch the video of this interesting situation: ABC News

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