Heart-pounding moment Black bear approaches VERY QUIET hikers who stand still – a woman even takes a selfie while sniffing her hair – before it migrates
- A black bear approached a group of hikers at Chipinque Ecological Park in San Pedro Garza García, Mexico
- A woman managed to take a selfie with the bear when he sniffed her hair
- The curious bear finally walked away after sniffing the visitors
- People on Twitter commended the group for staying calm during the incident
A group of hikers stayed cool and even managed to take a selfie when a curious black bear came up to them on a path in Mexico.
According to one person who shared the video, the unusually close contact with nature is reported to have occurred on a popular hiking trail at Chipinque Ecological Park in San Pedro Garza García.
The footage shows a woman standing very still as a black bear approaches on her hind legs and sniffs her.
Behind her, two other hikers manage to stay calm while watching the bear inspect their friend.
A group of hikers had to remain calm when a black bear approached them in Chipinque Ecological Park in San Pedro Garza García, Mexico (picture).
The bear briefly falls to the floor, but suddenly jumps back on its legs and presses against the woman.
Spectators try to distract the black bear, but he's busy sniffing the woman's head.
Meanwhile, the woman quickly takes advantage of the incredible moment and pulls out her cell phone to take a selfie.
Spectators tried to distract the black bear, but he was too busy inspecting the walkers and sniffing the woman's hair
The woman captured the amazing moment by taking a selfie with the bear as he sniffed her hair (image)
As if on cue, the bear stands just long enough for the picture before falling back on all fours and tapping twice on the woman's legs.
The black bear then begins to migrate as the woman and her friends race from the area.
The shocking moment was shared on social media, where more than two million views have been collected since Saturday.
Former NBA player Rex Chapman shared and wrote the video on his page: & # 39; Oh. my. Quality. It is a stone. I want this girl in my foxhole … & # 39;
Journalist Yashar Ali shared a similar feeling and praised the group for dealing with the situation easily.
Journalist Yashar Ali praised the group of hikers for staying calm during the heart-pounding encounter
Clarence Hill Jr. & # 39; It's one thing to be brave, another to be under pressure. My god & # 39;
“We don't see the lead, but they handle themselves well. If a black bear is so close to you, it is too late to scare them off unless they attack you, then you should fight back, ”wrote Ali.
“Otherwise, stay calm. Do not run away. Don't do a grizzly if they attack you … play dead. & # 39;
Co-journalist Clarence Hill Jr. added: “It's one thing to be brave, another to be under pressure. My god. & # 39;
The user who shared the video noticed that it was not uncommon to see black bears in Chipinque Ecological Park, and it is certainly not the first time it was caught on camera.
Last December, two black bears frightened a visitor in the park while sniffing garbage cans for food.
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