Earlier this month, wildlife photographer Jim Lawrence spotted a grizzly bear in a British Columbia river and set up his tripod and camera to snap his photo. But the curious bear had other ideas. He stepped out of the river, shook off and went to investigate the camera equipment, standing on his hind legs for a better view. A photo of the bear went viral, and another photographer who was with Lawrence at the time has posted a video of the whole scene. When the bear hit the camera with his paw, it tilted down and scared him off, and he ran off into the woods. (Just a reminder not to get close to bears.) — Read it at ABC News
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