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A video, taken by a visitor to Yellowstone National Park in the US, shows how a bear doesn’t want to share its prey with a wolf and scares it away in a totally fun way.

In the clip, you can see how the gigantic predator relaxes on the riverbank near the remains of its prey, a Canadian deer that it captured several days ago and has just covered with the earth to hide the smell of decomposition.

Suddenly, a wolf slowly approaches him in an attempt to take away some of his food, while the bear looks at him curiously, and very lazily. However, once the wolf is ready to obtain a piece of meat, the bear stands up something that makes the hungry wolf flee from the site.

That’s how the bear drowned the huge deer in the middle of the Yellowstone River. Don’t miss this spectacular battle of life and death!

 

And in this video, you can see how difficult it is for the bear to penetrate the skin of the dead deer. Perhaps this is the reason why the huge predator got tired and lazy when it came to chasing the wolf away.

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