A series of videos taken on a roadside in Canada show a grizzly bear attempting to drag a dead black bear up a hill as it bites and mauls the corpse.
Yellowknife, which was recently evacuated due to the threat of wildfires, has become overrun with black bears that have moved into the empty streets in search of food.
The Canadian town of Churchill has already had more than four times as many polar bear visitors this year compared with the same time last year, and many more could soon be on the way.
Black bears sometimes raid the nests of bald eagles and expel birds too young to fly from them, which can threaten the local population of raptors.
The suspected attack, which occurred Montana, comes after officials warned that grizzly bears were moving into new areas in the state as their numbers grow.
An Alaskan wildlife guide captured two massive male grizzly bears in a brawl for "mating season dominance rights."
26-year-old Andrea Papi was jogging on a woodland path when he was attacked and killed by a bear with three cubs.
The sisters were separated at birth due to medical complications, and they remained apart for more than two years after one was rejected by the mother.
The bear, unearthed in 2020, was originally assumed to be an extinct cave bear that dated back at least 22,000 years. But a new necropsy reveals it is actually a brown bear that lived 3,500 years ago.
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