Boulder cameras record bears, deer and other wildlife (bouldercolorado.gov)
In rocky Colorado, a special camera was placed that works on motion sensors and aims to track the moose, eagles and wild cats of all kinds that live in the area.
But this camera actually attracted the attention of a large black bear, who walked around her and squeezed more than 400 photos from her in different positions.
The bears usually spend the winter months in their dens, the so-called long winter sleep between the months of December and March.
This bear did not break its hibernation for the photos because these photos were found only now but were taken last November, when out of the 580 photos recorded on this camera - 400 were of the bear.
Kardashians of the bears (photo: screenshot, bouldercolorado.gov)
The bear became a real network star, when many people were enthusiastic about his photos.
One of the followers wrote that although the gender of the bear is not clear, if it is a female then it should be called "Kim-bear-ly Kardashian!".
Meteorologist Paul Matdin wondered: "It is not clear why this bear wanted so many pictures."
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These cameras are usually installed in high-traffic areas where wildlife is more likely to be found.
"Sometimes we put cameras in places where we think there is a chance of meeting American bears or black bears," said Christian Nunes, the local ecologist, "these cameras help us learn which animals are there and what their living habits are during the day, week or even years."