Bear Attack In Yellowstone

July 29, 2010 by staff 

Bear Attack In YellowstoneBear Attack In Yellowstone, A man has died and two others injured by a bear that attacked a popular camp on the edge of Yellowstone Park in the middle of the night.

The two survivors, a man and a woman, suffered serious injuries bite their legs and arms, respectively, local media reported.

Two shops were destroyed in the attack unprovoked 4:00 a.m. camping in the Soda Butte in the Gallatin National Park in the far north of the famous book of Montana.

The camping area and neighbors have been evacuated two wounded and taken to hospital in Cody, Wyoming.

The identities of the three victims were not disclosed.

Officials in the region have approached the planes and helicopters to carry out an extensive search for the bear, believed that he acted alone.

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Department spokesman Ron Aasheim described the incident as a random attack predators.

Although there are a lot of food stored at the site, there is believed to have been what attracted the animals, he said, adding that it is not known if this is a black bear or a brown.

The last fatal attack in Montana have occurred in 2001 when a bear maimed and killed a hunter who was a butcher elk, Mr. Aasheim said.

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