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    The US Army soldier mauled to death by a brown bear during a training exercise in Alaska was remembered as 'an inspiration to all who had the privilege to know him'. Staff Sgt. Seth Michael Plant, 30, was killed by a brown mother bear protecting her cubs outside Air Force base Elmendorf-Richardson, Anchorage. Commander Lt. Col. David J. Nelson said: '[Plant] always had a smile on his face, he always went above and beyond what was asked of him, and he served as an inspiration to all who had the privilege to know him.' Staff Sgt. Seth Michael Plant (left and right) was attacked by a bear while training in Alaska Plant is pictured in his Army uniform holding a rifle in the Alaska wilderness close to the base Plant was from Saint Augustine, Florida and had been at Elmendorf-Richardson since July 2021, the Army said.  He was an infantryman from the 3rd Battalion, 509th Parachute Infantry Regiment.  Plant and two other soldiers were out training when they came upon the bear den. The mother bear crawled outside in defence...
    A momma bear punched a hole into a North Carolina family's car windshield after she and her two cubs were trapped inside for six hours.  Ashley McGowin, 47, of Asheville, woke up to find a bear and two cubs in her car after letting her dogs out around 6.30am on Thursday.  '[The dogs' started barking ferociously as if there was something out in the yard, and when I looked out into the driveway [I saw the bear],' she told WLOS.   Her neighbors said they noticed a honking vehicle around midnight and when Ashley and her husband Joseph, 52, went outside the next morning, she noticed her hazard lights were on and moments later the bear was breaking out of the car.  'The [hazard] lights wouldn't come off, so at that point, I went an approached the car, along with my husband, and that's when we realized there was a bear in the car,' she said. Check out this video:A bear broke into this Haw Creek vehicle. Tonight I’m talking Ashley Mcgowin, who captured this video and owns the vehicle. @WLOS_13...
    A MOTHER panda takes a well earned rest from her cubs at a zoo in Japan. Giant panda Ryohama let all four paws flop down as she settled herself on a wooden panel for a moment of tranquillity. 2Giant panda Ryohama settled herself on a wooden panel for a bit of quiet from her cubs in an indoor playgroundCredit: Newsflash 2She is part of the largest family of pandas in captivity, at Adventure World in Shirahama, JapanCredit: Newsflash She is part of the largest family of pandas in Japan who live at Adventure World in Shirahama. The exhausted parent rests her head down and closes her eyes high up away from her family in the zoo's indoor playground. Most read in The US SunSTAR GONE Comedian's cause of death unknown after star passed away on October 25CASH COMING New $1,100 stimulus checks 'will be deposited THIS WEEK' into bank accountsBIZARRE POST Laundrie's ex posts about case as autopsy didn't determine his cause of deathNUMBER ONE MEME ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ anti-Biden song shoots to number one spot beating AdeleSHOCK FIND 'Gator...
    This is the dramatic moment a lion cub was rescued from plunging into the water by its mother. Photographers Laurent Renaud and Dominique Haution, both 62, from Douai, France, feared the cub wasn't going to make it back up the steep bank after it went down for a drink. But the lioness heard the distressed cubs' cry as it tried to stop itself sliding down the hill.   The lioness was determined that her cub would be safe and acted swiftly to save her baby The cub was lifted up by its neck and taken to a flat part of the bank after becoming stuck while going for water The lioness wasted no time and sprung into action as she lifted her cub in her mouth and carried him to safety The photographers captured the moment the lioness picked up the cub in her jaws and carried it back to the rest of her litter. They filmed the scene in September during a visit to the Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya.  Laurent said: 'We witnessed the rescue of a lion cub...
    An Illinois woman has been jailed for four days after a video showed her approaching within 15 feet away of a grizzly bear and her cubs at Yellowstone National Park as she tried to take a photo. Samantha Dehring, 25, was jailed for four days and given a year of probation after pleading guilty at U.S. District Court on Thursday to willfully remaining, approaching, and photographing wildlife within 100 yards.  Dehring was caught on cell phone video approaching the bears in the Roaring Mountain area of the park on May 10.  In the video, a mama bear can be seen briefly charging at Dehring, who holds a cellphone in her hands directed at the animals.  The bear then retreats as two of her cubs run to the forest and Dehring walks away while she puts her cellphone inside her pocket. A person in the background says: 'Oh my god! I got that on video.'  The mama bear briefly charged at Dehring, who walked away, while the cubs ran to the forest  Other visitors tried to warn Dehring not to get too close to the...
    A hunter was attacked by a grizzly bear protecting her cubs Wednesday in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve in southeastern Alaska, park officials said. Jason Long from Eagle River, Alaska was alone when a mother bear with two cubs attacked him near the Chisana River, officials said in a statement Wednesday. He activated a distress signal, which triggered an Air National Guard rescue response with the National Park Service. Long, 39, was taken to a nearby hospital where he was transferred to multiple facilities, officials said. He was last taken to the Providence Alaska Medical Center in Anchorage where his condition was stable. Park officials said there are no plans to locate the mother bear involved because of "the defensive nature of the attack." Officials warn that female bears with cubs are naturally more defensive and encouraged hunters to be aware of bears when camping, hiking or hunting. "There is no indication that this bear is unusually dangerous," park officials said. Last year, a hunter was killed by a grizzly bear in the same park. It marked the...
    A BEAR cub covers its mum’s eyes as it appears to play peekaboo with her. The young cub reaches its paws out and covers them over its mother’s eyes in a heartwarming moment. 3The young cub reaches its paws out and covers them over its mother’s eyesCredit: Caters 3The images were taken by Chad Collier in Alaska’s Katmai National Park and PreserveCredit: Caters The images were taken by Chad Collier in Alaska’s Katmai National Park and Preserve, home to thousands of brown bears. Chad said: “An opportunity to photograph a mother and her cubs is one that should not go missing if the opportunity is there.” Most read in The US SunROYAL BEAUTY Spencer movie trailer and poster feature Kristen Stewart as Princess DianaExclusiveGET MOVIN' Kylie fights with Travis because he 'refuses to move into her home full-time'CHECK THIS OUT Fourth stimulus check is coming next week if you live in these statesDUE DATE! Kylie fans believe they know how far along she is after finding Travis' 'clue'BLOODBATH Shameless XR yobs target Buckingham Palace & fill fountain with fake BLOODTHAT’S...
    THE estranged wife of Chicago Cubs star Ben Zobrist is demanding $4million in compensation for his decision to take a leave of absence from the team after she had an affair with the couple's pastor. Julianna Zobrist, a Christian electronic pop singer, will argue in next month's divorce trial that Ben is "guilty of failing to preserve marital assets" because he took a leave of absence to work on their marital issues. 6Ben and Julianna Zobrist married in 2005Credit: Getty 6Ben has filed a separate suit against the couple's pastorCredit: Getty It comes after Ben, 40, filed a lawsuit in May demanding $6million from Nashville pastor Byron Yawn, who he alleges had an ongoing affair with Julianna. According to documents from the suit, obtained by The Peoria Journal Star, Julianna began talking to the Community Bible Church pastor in 2018, and the relationship became sexual two years later. She allegedly used burner phones to communicate with Yawn, who at one point served as the Zobrists' marriage counselor. After learning of the affair in June of 2020, Ben Zobrist took a...
    More On: animal attacks Mother mauled to death by pit bulls while pet-sitting, cops say Wheelchair-bound man found dead, mauled by three pit bulls in NYC trailer home Great white shark chomps bird from below Out-of-control pet chimp shot dead by deputy A hiker in Alaska was bitten by a mother bear after his dog chased it and its two cubs, authorities said. The man and his 13-month-old border collie were walking on the Kenai River Trail Sunday evening when they encountered the brown bears, according to Alaska Wildlife Troopers. The pooch ran after the wild animals, causing the sow to charge at the hiker, troopers said. The man said he jumped into the Kenai River after the mama bear bit him in the arm — and that the animal then followed him into the water and chomped on his shoulder. The bear eventually retreated and the hiker was able to get back to his car to call for help. He was taken to a hospital to be treated for minor injuries, troopers said. The Kenai National Wildlife Refuge...
    A MOM has been caught on camera making an incredible one-handed catch at a baseball game - all the while holding her baby son. Lexy Whitmore managed to hold onto the ball with her right hand as she carried three-month-old Maverick with her left during the game between the San Diego Padres and Chicago Cubs on Wednesday. 4Lexy Whitmore made an incredible one handed catch while holding her baby sonCredit: Twitter/San Diego Padres 4Whitmore managed to hold onto the ball with her right hand as she carried three-month-old Maverick with her left during the game between the San Diego Padres and Chicago Cubs on WednesdayCredit: Twitter/San Diego Padres Whitmore told NBC: "I saw it bounce, and it just kind of came right to me. I didn't think it was like this amazing catch and I didn't think it would go viral. "But it, you know, came to me and there was no doubt in my mind that I wasn't gonna catch it." Whitmore had been at Petco Park with her son - wearing a Fernando Tatis onesie...
    (CNN)Hailey Morinico wasn't really thinking when she confronted the black bear that wandered into the backyard of her California home on Monday -- she just knew she had to protect her dogs."I had about, I'd say, two seconds to think and the first thing that popped into my head was to push the bear off the ledge," the 17-year-old told CNN New Day on Wednesday.Black bear released into the wild after being burned in Colorado wildfireThe family lives in Bradbury, California, which is near Los Angeles in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains.Home surveillance video shows the bear walking along the top of a concrete brick wall with two cubs when four dogs ran toward them, barking and growling.The bear swiped at the larger dog a few times with its paws and then seemed to try to pick up Valentina -- a three-year-old Yorkie that was right in the middle of the action.Read MoreMorinico told CNN that Valentina is her mom's emotional support dog and an important part of the family."I couldn't bear to let anything happen to her...
    A California teen who charged at a huge brown bear in the backyard of her home says it was a split-second decision she made in order to save her beloved dogs.  Hailey Morinico, 17, was seen on her home surveillance camera Monday charging towards the predator after it clambered atop a wall outside her Braford residence.  The mother bear was with her  two young cubs looking for food before she began pawing at Morinico's four barking canines.  'Honestly, I did not know it was a bear until right after I pushed it,' Morinico told Good Morning America on Wednesday of the now-viral footage that shows her beating the bear away from her pooches.  'I didn't know I had it in me to be honest. Who does that? Who in their right mind pushes a bear?'  Hailey Morinico is speaking out after charging at a huge brown bear who appeared in the backyard of her home The dog's owner, identified only as 'cousin Hailey' by TikToker @bakedlikepie, does the unthinkable and shoves the wild bear off of the garden wall...
    In what her mother described as “one of the scariest moments in my life,” a California teenager shoved a large bear off her backyard wall to protect the family’s dogs. Citlally Morinico posted video on Facebook showing Monday’s encounter between a bear and 17-year-old Hailey at their home in the Los Angeles County city of Bradbury, in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains. The adult bear and two cubs were first noticed by four of the Morinocos’ dogs, who ran barking at the intruder. In the home security video, the bear takes a swipe at the largest dog, then goes after one of the smaller ones. Hailey charges into the frame, pushes the bear off the wall and grabs one of the dogs. She and the dogs then flee back to the house. Hailey had minor injuries to a finger and knee, her mother said. In her TikTok video about the event, Hailey displays her splinted finger and describes the thought process that led her to “push an apex predator, man.” “The bear is literally picking up one of...
    A Utah woman got the scare of her life after a bear attempted to break into her back yard, but she managed to shove the wild animal off her wall in a move to save her dogs. In the clip posted Tuesday by TikToker bakedlikepie, a bear is seen walking atop the yard's wall, with cubs in tow, while a group of pet dogs attempt to fight it off. The wild animal paws menacingly at one of the dogs while her cubs scamper away, right as a woman, identified only as cousin Hailey in the TikTok caption, rushes to her dogs' rescue.  A bear menaces a group of pet dogs in an unlikely standoff in Utah. The animal appears to be protecting her cubs as the pack of pups attempt to scare the mama bear off The pet dogs attempt to scare off the bear, but to no avail - until the dog's owner intervenes.  In a true fight-or-flight moment, the woman daringly approaches the fully grown adult black bear and pushes it off the wall before immediately gathering her...
    A Colorado man underwent surgery after he was attacked by a mama bear Sunday night in his garage, according to authorities. The unidentified homeowner noticed his garage door was left open around 11:00 p.m., Sunday night, according to Colorado Parks and Wildlife. The homeowner kept birdseed and “other attractants” in his garage. When the man went to shut the door, he noticed a mama bear and her two cubs. The man attempted to retreat but was quickly attacked, according to Colorado Parks and Wildlife. Brown bears [Shutterstock]“The bear caused serious injuries to the homeowner, including severe lacerations to the man’s head and legs that required surgery,” authorities said. The man is in stable condition and authorities say his injuries are non-life threatening. “This is an unfortunate reminder that we need to stay vigilant and ‘bear aware’ at all times,” Colorado Parks and Wildlife district wildlife manager Kyle Bond said. “Easy access to food will always override a bear’s natural fear of people, so we humans have to stay on top of keeping all food sources secure.” (RELATED: Autopsy Shows...
    This is the moment a mother bear sneaks into a Californian backyard to take a dip in the pool with her four playful cubs in tow.  The amusing footage was filmed by Eric Liang at his family's home in Arcadia, California.  He described the encounter as 'Mama and four cubs treating our house like a vacation rental.' During the video, the mother bear lies back in the pool and cools down while her four cubs play together, avoiding the water.  After about a minute in thepool, the mother bear gets out of the water and leads three of the cubs off.  But one cub remains by the pool and the mother has to return and nudge it with her snout to encourage it to rejoin its siblings.  Eric Liang filmed the bear and four cubs frolicking in the pool at the back of home in Arcadia, California One of the cubs stayed behind when its mother and three siblings walked across the garden The mother was forced to return to encourage her recalcitrant cub to rejoin its...
    ARCADIA, Calif. (KABC) -- A homeowner in Arcadia got an up-close look at a bear and her four cubs who showed up in their backyard.The mother bear was seen at the home on Wednesday as the greater Southern California region was gripped by sunny skies and warm conditions.Video taken by residents of the home captured video of the mother bear taking a refreshing swim in the backyard pool while her four babies played on the pool deck nearby.She has apparently been bringing her cubs to the same home year and year to enjoy the pool and a little playtime.EMBED More News Videos A family in Arcadia received a surprise visitor as Southern California's unbearable heat wave continues.
    New York : Parents everywhere are relating to this hilarious video of a mama bear struggling to guide her cubs safely across a busy Connecticut road. https://t.co/emOXqUOK2q – NBCWashington (@nbcwashington) March 31, 2021 A patient and concerned mother bear was caught in a curious video juggling and trying to convince her four mischievous cubs that they should stay on one side on a busy Connecticut highway. The sequence has gone viral after being originally published on the Facebook page of the Department of Winchester Police, with an ad for Caution when driving, as the spring weather increases animal traffic. Video taken on Sunday the 28th shows the bear trying multiple times to get the cubs safely through Rowley Street, which has a speed limit of 40 mph, as a police patrol blocks traffic and cars pull away. accumulate. But when she crossed to one taking it in her mouth, others turned back or climbed trees. Police thanked the motorists for being patient and keeping the bear family safe. “The trials and tribulations of all mothers. Poor mom! ”...
    A video of a black bear is blowing up the internet for all the right reasons. In a video tweeted by @EoinHiggins_, a big black bear could be seen hauling her cubs across a street as cars waited for her to finish the job. (SLIDESHOW: These Women On Instagram Hate Wearing Clothes) Of all the videos you see today, this one will be among the best. (SLIDESHOW: 142 Times Josephine Skriver Barely Wore Anything) Bearenting pic.twitter.com/zimjbXzf4B — Flag Smasher (@EoinHiggins_) March 28, 2021 At the moment, the tweet from @EoinHiggins_ has nearly 177,000 retweets and more than 721,000 likes, which are just outrageous amounts for Twitter. (SLIDESHOW: 71 Times Samantha Hoopes Stripped Down) It’s really not hard to see why. That’s without a doubt one of the coolest videos I’ve ever seen. Everything about it was so wholesome. (SLIDESHOW: This Blonde Bombshell Might Be The Hottest Model On The Internet) You also have to love how the mother bear had to repeatedly make extra trips because the cubs kept wandering off. (SLIDESHOW: 60 Times Abigail Ratchford Wore Almost Nothing)...
    WINCHESTER, Conn. (AP) — A mother bear caught on video trying to coax four rambunctious cubs across a busy Connecticut road has parents across the internet nodding in sympathy. Hundreds of people responded to a 4-minute video of the bear’s struggles on the Winchester Police Department’s Facebook page. Other videos of the bears also circulated online. “I never had four but I still can relate! So glad the cars waited for them,” wrote one mother from of Sedona, Arizona. “The trials and tribulations of all mothers. Poor Momma!” wrote another woman. The video taken Sunday shows the bear trying several times to get the cubs safely across Rowley Street, which has a posted speed limit of 40 mph, as a police cruiser blocks traffic. The mother bear would pick up one cub with her mouth and carry it to a grassy area, only to have another scamper back into the road. Police thanked motorists for being patient and keeping the bears safe, using the video as a springtime warning to drivers. “The weather is getting nicer and the wildlife...
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