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Two grizzly bears were caught fighting on a remote Alaskan highway last week as a wolf looked on from a distance.
The footage was captured by Cari McGillivray, who then posted the encounter on Facebook.
The bears feel each other out for a few moments, but the fight soon escalates as both bruins stand up on their hind legs.
Check it out:
Don’t normally post on here but thought I’d share this incredibly rare and amazing moment with all you guys of these grizzlies fighting! Keep a sharp eye out for the little wolf that is observing them in the distance! 🥰🐻🐺Posted by Cari McGillivray on Friday, September 20, 2019
The fight took place on provincial Highway 37 in British Columbia near the Alaska/Canada border.
Boy, wouldn’t want to be caught in the middle of this. That’s a lot of raw power in a concentrated area.
The smaller bear—on the left—starts with the initiative, but it isn’t long before the bigger bear gets the upper hand.
It takes about a minute for the bigger bear to chase the smaller challenger off.
I’ve never heard grizzlies make noises like this before. You’d hate to be in the woods and hear that sound.
And if that weren’t interesting enough, a wolf comes sauntering out of the woods about 33 seconds in—probably attracted by the noise. He was probably hoping for an easy meal.