Don’t take this personally, but you’re about to get slapped by a Grizzly Bear!
Grizzly Bears, as we are all aware, are not to be trifled with, but they sure are fun to watch. The video below was filmed by Brad Josephs, an expedition leader who takes photographers and film crews into Alaska’s remote wilderness to view Grizzlies up close.
This enhanced version of the video was GoPro’s video of the week for August 28, 2015. But it actually only tells part of the story.
Brad Josephs posted the original video on his YouTube channel 10 months ago. The mood music and angry bear grunts, which seem to have been added in by the folks at GrPro, are conspicuously missing. What you get instead is a look at the behind the scenes action, which I found far more interesting.
Take a look.
If you’d like to learn more about Brad Josephs Alaska adventures and Grizzly Bear conservation efforts, head on over to AlaskaBearsAndWolves.com.
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