If you love watching pictures of animals captured by hidden cameras installed in forests, then you will love this article. So, it looks like the craze for taking selfies is not only prevalent among humans. A black bear was captured on a wildlife camera in Colorado, US and 400 among the 580 photos clicked by the camera featured the curious bear.
According to a report by the BBC, the incident took place at Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP). “These pictures made us laugh, and we thought others would, too,” OSMP spokesperson Philip Yates told the BBC.
There are 9 motion-detecting cameras positioned across the park’s 46,000 acres. And generally, animals tend to walk past the cameras without paying much heed. But not this bear. It made sure to take enough selfies ‘flaunting’ all its good angles, which ultimately resulted in ‘just’ 400 pictures.
IPS officer Dipanshu Kabra shared a post showing the photos of the selfie-loving bear.
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The Twitter account of Boulder OSMP also shared photos of the bear. The funny selfies have left people laughing out a bit too hard. “Recently, a bear discovered a wildlife camera that we use to monitor wildlife across #Boulder open space. Of the 580 photos captured, about 400 were bear selfies,” read the caption.
What do you think of this incident?
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