Kids Nervously Laugh As A Grizzly Charges Their Vehicle

Grizzly bear


Just another day in Alaska, I guess.

Grizzly bears, also known as brown bears, are the largest land predators in Alaska. They can weigh over 1,000 pounds and stand up to 9 feet tall on their hind legs.

Despite their fearsome reputation, grizzly bears are omnivores and primarily feed on a diet of grasses, roots, berries and nuts. They are also opportunistic hunters and will prey on small mammals like rodents, as well as larger animals like moose, caribou and even other bears if the opportunity arises. Like all bears, getting food as easy as possible is their goal and garbage is always an option too.

While grizzly bears are typically solitary animals, they can become aggressive if they feel threatened or if they are protecting their cubs. They are highly protective of food sources.  When they feel threatened, they may charge, running fast with their mouths open and growling at whatever that may be.

These Alaskan kids were out for a trip to the dump when they stopped to watch a grizzly bear.

The massive grizz didn’t like them observing him and started in on a charge in a flash.

The whole vehicle starts to nervously laugh.

“Start the car!”

They may be used to seeing these creatures but that doesn’t mean they don’t know the danger.

Just Alaskan things.

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock