Incredible Video Footage of Grizz with cubs and lone wolf

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Incredible Video Footage of Grizz with cubs and lone wolf

Post by WQ Project Coordinator » Thu Jun 26, 2008 12:46 pm

http://youtube.com/watch?v=2zmri42px8g&feature=related

A wolf feeds on a road-killed elk carcass in the morning. A grizzly bear with two cubs feeds on the carcass in the evening. A grizzly bear will chuff and pop its jaw when it feels threatened. Sometimes it will also charge at the threat, usually veering off or stopping short -- a bluff charge. Early the next morning a grizzly bear with cubs chuffs and bluff charges a wolf. The wolf appears to be alone and, at times, postures as if it is playing. Video camera was triggered by a motion sensor (Make sure you have your sound on for this; note: at one point there a loud sound that is wind). USGS Northern Divide Bear Project and Glacier National Park remote video by B. Wollenzien / J.Stetz / A.Macleod. August 10, 2007. Glacier National Park, Montana.

Really---You have to see this. It made me laugh out loud a couple times to see the antics of this wolf. Let me know what you thought of it.
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Post by wolves_forever » Thu Jun 26, 2008 1:21 pm

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Re: Incredible Video Footage of Grizz with cubs and lone wolf

Post by king1-7 » Thu Jun 26, 2008 1:29 pm

That is a great video. I too laughed out loud. At 3:30, the wolf starts yawning when the bears are just a few feet away. XD Thanks a lot for sharing that!

I assume the wolf or bears dragged the carcass do a different location before the next morning? I didn't see it there after the video switched over to the morning footage.
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Re: Incredible Video Footage of Grizz with cubs and lone wolf

Post by Vida » Thu Jun 26, 2008 1:49 pm

Hehe, the wolf keeps following the bears around xP.
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