A trail camera in Canada’s Yukon Territory has captured video footage showing a large grizzly bear standing and rubbing its back against a tree.
But the eye-catching portion is the aftermath: the bear charging toward the camera in slow motion, its massive head lurching downward with each step as the bruin approaches within feet of the camera.
“Look at those claws!” David Troup boasted Saturday on his Yukon Wildlife Cams Facebook post. “A grizzly bear runs toward the camera in slow motion after marking a tree in early August.”
An obvious comments reads, “Can you imagine standing where the trail camera is?”
Another follower joked, “Remember, you only have to be faster than your hiking partner!” More about this article in the link below…