11 Wednesday 11th March 2015
Photographer Drew Rush recently ventured into the Beartooth Mountains, which stretch across the border of Wyoming and Montana, in hope of capturing some candid shots of the area's namesake. He set up a number of camera traps in grizzly bear stomping grounds, the idea being that the movement of the animal would trip a sensor and take a photo.
After much trial and error, his traps eventually captured these glorious images of the creatures in full swing. Never has an animal that could rip you limb from limb looked so adorably bemused.
Read the full article over at National Georgraphic.
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