According to the Billings Gazette a study that has been conducted for the last two years in the Grand Teton National Park has shown that grizzly bears stalk hunters almost from the moment they leave their vehicles in hopes of snatching up the hunter’s prey, in this instance elk.

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Recent study shows Grizzlies stalk hunters to beat them to retrieve carcasses to their kills.

(Photo: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)

What this shows is a mammal cognitively stalking humans, not for the sake of attacking them, but observation. In the Bigfoot community this is not necessarily news however.

Read about it here…

 

Till Next Time,

Squatch-D

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