Yellowstone National Park Grizzly Bear Attacks?

Have you heard about the grizzly bear attack and the death of a hiker in Yellowstone National Park?
A couple who was hiking in Yellowstone bumped into a female bear and her little cubs. The bear got very angry and started to chase them. The animal was able to catch the man and he lost his life, the woman managed to get away safe.
What is going to happen to the Yellowstone bear now, are they going to sacrifice it?

asked by Janet in Other - Pets & Animals | 3261 views | 07-09-2011 at 04:26 AM

Park administrators say they won't be getting rid of the bear or her cubs because she was acting in self defense.
Officials are planning a board review of incidents surrounding the grizzly bear attack at the Yellowstone National Park.
About 70% of grizzly attacks are females protecting their cubs, this bear in particular acted in defense of the little babies.

Contrary to popular belief, these attacks are uncommon. It was the first fatal grizzly attack inside the park in 25 years.

answered by Faith | 07-09-2011 at 04:29 AM

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