The Asian black bear took nearly 400 photos with its environmental recording camera / Courtesy Boulder OSMP.
A camera that tracks and records wildlife behavior on forested trails in Boulder, Colorado captured about 400 photos of a black bear posing in front of the camera lens. It was reported on Monday by the city’s Open Spaces and Mountain Parks (OSMP) agency.
The unique moment caused a sensation on social networks after the Environment Agency published a series of photos of the bear on its Twitter account, highlighting that out of a total of 580 photos captured by the camera, about 400 were portraits. It was done. Bear’s.
“A bear recently discovered a wildlife camera we use to monitor wildlife in open spaces in Boulder. Of the 580 photos taken, about 400 were bear selfies.”
Green Space and Mountain Park Authority
The Environment Agency has hidden cameras of this kind in trails, parks, and other areas considered for wildlife presence, and has indicated that they serve to monitor the presence and behavior of animals.
OSMP Wildlife Ecologist Christian Nunes said:
They also explained that when an animal stands in front of the camera, these camera actions are activated and the picture is taken automatically. This is why the camera recorded almost 400 pictures of the bear as the mammal was posing in front of it. a long time.