A viral video shows Samatha Dehring photographing a sow grizzly bear and her cubs before retreating when the mother bear charges her.
An adult female grizzly attacked a man near Cody, Wyoming, on Saturday, while he was hunting elk.
The bear was "likely aggravated" by the couple's dog, which wasn't on a leash at the time and was barking at the animal, park officials said.
"Bears naturally fear humans, but if we lure them in, either accidentally or purposely, they'll look to humans as a food source," said Bill Vogrin of Colorado Parks and Wildlife.
Sibling bears, JB and Patron, show off their "synchonized napping" in viral video captured at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center.
A woman carrying a picnic basket full of apples in a misty forest came face-to-face with a bear, prompting people to compare it to a fairytale.
The attack occurred in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve—the largest national park in the United States.
The massive bear broke into the home in the early hours of the morning, before helping himself to snacks in the pantry.
Wildlife officials have appealed for information after the bear was found dead in Colorado earlier this year.
The black bear took a casual stroll across a picturesque street on Gatlinburg, sending people scrambling to get out its path.
Wildlife officials said the cubs looked healthy and would be kept in a rehabilitation center over the winter.
Jambolina, a 12-year-old European brown bear saved after years of performing in circuses, "suddenly and unexpectedly passed away," said the Four Paws charity.
"I don't know what the proper thing to do here is, but I would've peed my pants and I'm guessing that's wrong," wrote one commenter on the terrifying scene.
The Sierra County Sheriff's Office in California released the "crime" footage earlier this week.
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The photo has been shared to highlight the reality of vehicle-bear collisions—dozens of which happen every year.
The man was alerted to the bear after he heard his car honking "7 or 8" times at 7am, and then saw his car "moving like crazy" outside.
A team of law enforcement and wildlife specialists are currently searching for the bear, but authorities haven't decided what would be done with it if found.
Grizzly bears within the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem are protected under the U.S. Endangered Species Act.
The couple said that the bear took food from their pantry and freezer and simply ate for nearly 20 minutes.
The hiker was treated for his injuries resulting from the defensive bear attack after his young Border Collie took off after the animal.
The video, which shows the wild animal sat up like a human in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, has caused a debate over how visitors should handle bears.
More than 500,000 people have liked a TikTok clip showing a man opening the door to his garage in Lake Tahoe, California … and getting a big surprise.
A sweet video of a black bear swimming in an abandoned kiddie pool has charmed millions of viewers online.
Residents of a town in New Hampshire were surprised to see a black bear performing an impressive pole-dance routine on a lawn.
Search efforts in Alaska began Tuesday when the female hiker stopped responding to calls and texts shortly after contacting her husband for help.
The local school district cancelled all outdoor classes and activities to protect children from the bear.
The resident gingerly filmed the bears from the safety of his house, as he lamented he's going to need to go shopping.