‘Selfie Bear’ snaps 400 pics on wildlife camera

By Jill Dando News

If you go down to the woods today, you might see a bear taking selfies!

A black bear in Colorado in America has been snapped stopping and posing in front of their wildlife cameras.

On one of the cameras around 400 out of 580 images were of the same bear.

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The bear “took a special interest” in the cameras, a spokesperson from Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) said, and grabbed the “opportunity.”

“These pictures made us laugh, and we thought others would, too” said Philip Yates said in a statement.

Selfie Bear (CITY OF BOULDER CREDIT https://bouldercolorado.gov/news/selfie-bear-goes-viral)

Their website said: “Wildlife cameras help us learn what animals are out there and what they’re up to over the course of a day, a week, or even years. And sometimes, that means taking a bunch of selfies, just like us. 

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“While the bear took more than 400 “selfies,” we kept 24 pictures that made us laugh the most and deleted the others. Those photos may have captured a unique look, but we think the ones we kept are pretty good, too.”

Learn more about how they use wildlife cameras to observe sensitive habitats.
To view the selfies, click here: https://bouldercolorado.gov/news/selfie-bear-goes-viral