Triple D Game Farm is a ranch in Kalispell, MT that raises animal models for photography, cinematography and educational purposes. Here’s one of their models, a grizzly bear, goofing off with a sprinkler.
In a surprisingly unexpected move, this captive bear sees a crow that is drowning in its lagoon. Instead of letting the bird die or eating it for lunch, the bear pulls the helpless bird to safety, then goes about its business eating an apple.
We were just as amazed to see these Mexican black bears climbing the face or a sheer cliff as Stephanie Latimer was when she captured this amazing footage at Big Bend National Park in Texas. And they do it without ropes.
This first-person (first-animal?) video game puts you in control of a not yet another gun-toting protagonist, but in the body of a bear. You’ll have to forage for berries, go on the prowl for meals, and explore a huge open world along the way.
Amazing footage of Alaskan grizzly bears frolicking and enjoying the day. Though one of the bears gets a little too personal with the GoPro. Contrary to the title, we don’t see him chomp down, but we do get a good look at his teeth.
Cuddle your inner wild child with the Griz Coat, a faux fur coat with a silly fake bear head-hood large enough to hide your entire face. Thankfully it’s detachable, though the fake claws are not.
The sideways camera angle at the beginning of this clip might make you think this bear has anti-gravity powers, but he’s just got the power to please the crowd as he does tricks for a sip of soda.
A large bear enters a residential backyard. You’d think the lady of the house would be scared of such a beast, but she puts the killer creature in its place without flinching. Any interest in training our dog?