Grizzly Bear Versus Wolf

Grizzly Bear Versus Wolf

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    Grizzly Bear Versus Wolf

    I guess we've all had enough of the Supreme Court for one day, so I figured it's time to watch some video of the antics of some furry fuzzy creatures in the wild.

    This is video shot in Glacier National Park showing a sow grizzly bear and 2 cubs contesting the "ownership" of an elk carcass with a gray wolf. It's a stationary camera, so the animals sometimes run out of view. The video is about 5 minutes long.

    Video: Wolf-bear interaction at elk carcass | Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center (NoRock)

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    The wolf actually looked like he was just having a good time...
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    Thank you Captain, now back to the Supreme Court.

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    It looks like the Wolf and cubs are playing
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    Cool video, I am always fascinated with wildlife in nature. Thanks for posting Cap!
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    Belligerent cubs.

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    It's always interesting to watch animal behavior when humans aren't present, thanks for posting that. I keep a game cam out year around and bait the area once a week with a bucket of corn. I like to look at the pictures and see what passed by and ate together.

    To me the wolf was wanting to play with the cubs. I remember watching our dog play with her puppies when they got bigger. The wolf and our dog had a lot of the same moves, postures, mannerism's, etc. that demonstrated a playful mode. OTOH Mama bear wasn't interested in the play, though she wasn't as aggressive as I would have guessed, to me she just wanted the wolf to keep a larger buffer from the cubs.

    I got a laugh at the wolf easing up close enough to actually nip at one of the cubs.
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    Very cool. The wolf appears to be wagging his tail he is having so much fun.
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    Great video. It's fun to see wild animals in the wild, without human intervention. There aren't many places where this can be seen.

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    It looks like the Wolf and cubs are playing
    Though, if momma bear weren't there, I'm sure it would change fairly quickly. After all, the carcass was no longer there.
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