A bicycle saved a Russian from death in a bear fight - Video
In the Russian city of Kamchatka, a bear attacked two tourists, one of them fought off the animal with a bicycle. The video of the incident, taken from the car DVR, was published by the Kam 24 news agency.
According to the information of the regional institution “Wildlife Protection Service”, the video was shot in the region of the 108th kilometer of the Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky-Milkovo highway. Information about the incident arrived at the agency last Friday evening, June 12.
The footage shows how a young bear rushes at a Russian, he is protected by a bicycle. The author of the video begins to honk and drives up to the animal, thereby scaring him. The cyclist begins to throw stones at the bear. Together, people manage to drive away the predator after a few minutes.
Hunters tracked the animal the next day. Since the beast was aggressive, he had to be shot. The male was about three to four years old, he was extremely well-fed, which, according to experts, is strange for this time of year. The huntsmen believe that the locals fed the bear. “The predator got used to people, and getting used to getting food, over time it began to aggressively demand food. This is probably why the bear attacked cyclists, ”the institution explained.
The employees of the "Wildlife Protection Service" thanked the participants in the events for timely reporting of the incident, as this allowed to quickly eliminate the dangerous animal.
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In the Russia city of Sochi, a bear walked around the hotel. The video, recorded by an eyewitness, was published by the Hue Telegram channel.
The video show how a brown bear walks along the paths for guests, then runs out onto the lawn, and then calmly goes to the gates of the hotel.
Earlier in Kamchatka, a bear attacked two tourists, one of them fought off the animal with a bicycle. The author of the video zoomed and drove up to the animal, thereby scaring him. A cyclist threw stones at a bear.
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In Sochi, two bears were shot dead, which killed an 11-year-old boy in their enclosure. This was reported in the Telegram channel "Typical Sochi".
According to the channel, the animals had to be shot, among other things, in order to get the child's body out of the enclosure. The source of the publication "Kuban 24" clarified that the bears were killed by order of law enforcement officers.
The boy walked by the river and made his way to a private base, where there was an enclosure with bears, writes "Kuban 24". He came close to the enclosure, the bears became alarmed and attacked him. Eyewitnesses said that his friends were with the child, but they could not save him.
An ambulance was called to the scene, but the doctors stated the death of the child - he died on the spot from his injuries. The Investigative Committee opened a case under Part 1 of Article 109 of the Criminal Code ("Causing death by negligence"). The head of Sochi, Aleksey Kopaigorodsky, ordered to check all city recreation centers and close any mini-zoos, cages and aviaries.
The village is located in the northernmost part of the Arkhangelsk region and is regularly raided by wild animals. Often these are polar bears who occupy landfills and even enter houses.
"Belushya Lipa" is called the village.
It is a small military town with 2,500 inhabitants. Located on Novaya Zemlya (about 1800 km from Moscow), near the habitat of polar bears.
The problem is that these aggressive predators are listed in the Red Book and you cannot get rid of them by force. According to the Wildlife Fund, their population on the planet now numbers only 22,000 - 31,000 individuals.
They are not afraid of anything. They calmly enter buildings and look into the windows, - say local residents.
On footage from the Internet, you can observe how groups of 20-30 animals swarm around in garbage dumps near residential buildings. Unfortunately, such a neighborhood is fraught with human health.
All of this is due to climate change. The ice melts and forces animals to move around the area in search of food. People and predators are increasingly meeting each other.
Local leaders regularly declare a state of emergency and advise people to stay at home if predators approach the village.