Watch this young female grizzly get an aquatic selfie video from a floating camera.
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Footage shows a curious young female grizzly bear playing with a camera set afloat on a river in Knight Inlet, British Columbia, Canada. The idea was to film grizzly bears diving for fish without being disturbed by a human presence. The filmmaker mounted two GoPro cameras on top of a homemade flotation device. While some bears avoided the camera, one young female got close enough to get an aquatic selfie video.
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