Dirt Biker Crashes Right Next To A Grizzly Den, Sends It Charging Out After Him

Dirt bike bear attack

If that ain’t bad luck…

I mean what are the odds a fella could drive all day long and be fine, then when ya have a little wipe out and grizzly comes charging at ya?

Pretty low odds. And an unfavorable situation.

Grizzly bears are one of the largest land-based predators in the world, with adult males weighing up to 600 pounds and standing up to 9 feet tall on their hind legs. Females are slightly smaller, weighing between 200 and 400 pounds and standing up to 6 feet tall..

They are omnivores, which means they eat both plants and animals. Their diet varies depending on the season and their location, but it typically includes berries, roots, insects, fish, and small mammals. Grizzly bears are also known to scavenge for food and will often eat the carcasses of dead animals.

Grizzlies hibernate during the winter months, typically from November through March. During this time, they enter a state of deep sleep and do not eat or drink. In order to prepare for hibernation, they’ll eating large amounts of food in the fall to build up their fat storage.

During hibernation, their heart rate slows, their body temperature drops, and their metabolism slows down to conserve energy.

Grizzly bears are generally shy and avoid human contact, but they can become aggressive if they feel threatened or if their cubs are in danger

This man had more bad luck than good on this day. He is seen gathering himself up from a minor crash on his dirt bike.

Out of no where out of the ground comes a big ol’ grizzly bear in a full charge. The man landed right next to the grizzly den and must have spooked it.

Luckily, the man is able to get away quick as the grizz stumbles to climb over the bike. However, what really saved this man’s life is the guy behind him going wide open on the throttle, sending the angry bear running in the other direction.

Nothing is scarier than an angry and confused grizzly bear.

Head on a swivel out there.

Black Bear Chases Montana Mountain Biker Down The Side Of A Mountain In Wild Video

You may have seen a post earlier this week with footage of a curious black bear casually following a jogger in Teton National Park.

The man’s poise and ability to remain calm and move slow likely prevented the bear’s predatory instincts from being sparked. Had he panicked and ran away, it could have very well caused the bear to chase him down.

A bear chase is just what happened in another video however, captured in Montana, where a mountain biker cruising down the slopes caught the attention of another black bear who proceeded to follow behind at full speed.

“A quick reminder that Montana is not Disney Land… Black bear chasing a downhill mountain biker in Whitefish.”

And it looks like that bruin meant business.

Racing a bear down a mountain on a bike? Gonna be a no from me dawg…

Black Bear Chills In A Hot Tub In Gatlinburg

This bear is living his best life.

Todd Trebony, a Georgia doctor vacationing at a cabin in the Smoky Mountains of Gatlinburg, Tennessee got an unexpected visitor recently when a black bear stopped by to enjoy the hot tub.

Tell me that’s not the most relaxed bear you’ve ever seen in your life. That’s the kind of relaxation I’m aiming for in 2022.

With everything else going on, all I want to do is slip into a hot tub out in the mountains and not give a damn about anything else.

Just zero effs given. I love it.

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