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One bear took 400 selfies in the US

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The animal captured the footage using a camera trap in one of Colorado’s natural parks.

In the US, a black bear was “photographed” 400 times on camera in Colorado’s Boulder Nature Park. Frames published in Twitter.

“Recently, a bear found a camera we use to observe wildlife in Boulder’s open space. Of the 580 photographs taken, about 400 were bear selfies,” the publication said.

In total, nine surveillance cameras have been installed in Boulder Nature Park, which respond to animal steps and automatically take pictures of them.

Camera traps help observe sensitive wildlife environments with minimal human intervention.

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It will be remembered that earlier the winner of the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards was the photographer Ken Jensen with a work called Oh.

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