Grizzly bear kills cyclist beside Glacier National Park in US

Published on : Thursday, June 30, 2016

bearTwo cycle riders outside the Glacier National Park in northern USA have been attacked by an angry grizzly bear on 29th June Wednesday. One of the cyclists has died right at the spot of the attack.

 

 

The cyclists have been attacked all of a sudden by the grizzly bear near the West Glacier campground.

 

 

The authorities of the park and the armed police officers are searching for the grizzly inside the park.

 

 

The dead cyclist has been reported to be a 38-year-old US Forest Service officer, who was exploring trails of the park. It has been reported that the agitated grizzly has attacked the riders on the trail. The dead cyclist has been taken off the saddle by the bear in one blow.

 

 

The recent attack is raising a question about the safety of the tourists inside the Glacier National Park in Montana.

 

 

On 26th June, a teenage boy has been attacked by a Hyena inside the Kruger National park in South Africa.

 

 

Many tourists prefer to visit the national parks in order to rejuvenate in the lap of mother nature. The recent animal attacks in the camp sites are scary enough for the travellers to abandon forests and national parks.

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