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2011 Yellowstone Bear Attack

July 7, 2011 by staff 

2011 Yellowstone Bear Attack2011 Yellowstone Bear Attack, Yellowstone National Park: Grizzly Bear attacks and kills a man. A female grizzly bear attacked and killed a man who found the bear and her cubs while hiking with his wife yesterday in Yellowstone National Park. The fatal landslide occurred about a mile and a half since the start of the track Wapiti Lake, and another group of hikers near the victim’s wife heard screaming for help and called the ranger your cell phone.

A female grizzly bear attacked and killed a man who found the bear and her cubs while hiking with his wife yesterday in Yellowstone National Park.
The fatal landslide occurred about a mile and a half since the start of the track Wapiti Lake, and another group of hikers near the victim’s wife heard screaming for help and called the ranger your cell phone.
A statement from the National Park said the couple had caught inadvertently mother grizzly and her cubs, and in an attempt to defend a perceived threat to her cubs, the bear attacked.
Officials closed remote camps and roads near where the incident occurred near Canyon Village, which is located in the center of the large park.
Authorities said the couple saw the bear twice in her walk. The first time you walked on, but the second time, attacked the bear and the man told his wife to run.
Identity of victim 57 years of age and hometown were withheld until relatives could be notified.
Bears participating in the Wednesday meeting have not been captured and are unsure what action, if any, will be taken after the attack.
Initial information indicates the mother bear behaved normally in defending her cubs, rather than being killed as a result of their actions.
However, the Bears found that he had repeated clashes with park visitors are sometimes relocated.
Bear attacks are rare. Bears in Yellowstone injured no friends during the past year, and yesterday’s incident marked the first bear killed humans in the park since 1986, the Park Service said.

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