We got a crazy video for you this morning. It shows a bear getting accidentally sucked down a waterfall in Yosemite National Park.
Thankfully, according to the person who filmed the video, the bear was okay!
Check it out.
“I shut off the video fearing the worst when the bear scampers out on the opposite side of the river as far as I can see.”
“Yosemite National Park, California, USA- “As I am filtering my morning water around 10am where I made camp the night before, I hear a couple other passing backpackers start to shout and clap. After a moment I realize what’s happening and I turned around to see two curious adolescent sized black bears approaching. After I joined the other two backpackers in making sure they don’t get any closer, the first one veers off from us and hops in the stream a short ways from where we’re standing near a bridge over that same stream. I started laughing when I initially realize it’s fighting hard against the current.
Obviously my amusement turns to nervous laughter as it starts getting pulled toward me, still assuming it’s going to be strong enough to pull itself out. By the time the bear and I both realize it’s not getting out, the current has already sucked the bear down the waterfall behind me and shoots the whitewater rapids tumbling end over end until the video ends.
You can see it occasionally surfacing if you look close. It took me a moment to get over my shock as I look for it without scanning for it with my phone.
I shut off the video fearing the worst when the bear scampers out on the opposite side of the river as far as I can see.”
Uhh… wtf. Girl was just trying to get some water from a steam in Yosemite and nearly saw a bear die that caught in a strong current!
How in the hell do people see shit like this in person? I’m still blown away. Thank god that bear was okay though! That was scary.
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