Wildlife videographer Brad Josephs recently learned first-hand how the inside of a grizzly bear's jaw looks. And then he shared that experience with everyone else.
He posted a video last week of a grizzly bear chewing on his GoPro camera, writing the incident took place while he was trying to film close-up footage for the BBC special Great Bear Stakeout. My bets were on the bear in this camera-versus-grizzly stakeout but the camera survived those powerful jaws without any damage, according to the video description.
A GoPro camera has also survived a lion's chomping teeth this year.
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In the new video, the bear sidles into the shot, creating a beautiful nature scene framed with mountains and a sky filled with hovering clouds. But the scene quickly changes from picturesque to intimate when the wet bear walks up to the camera, pawing it and then opening its jaws for a taste.
The bear chews on the camera for a while, giving the audienceRead More »from Ever wondered what it would look like to get eaten by a grizzly?