Woman captures rare grizzly bear fight on video

“The bears fighting AND a wolf in the background. Highly rare capture,” a commenter wrote.

A Canadian woman’s footage of two grizzly bears fighting on a highway in British Columbia has left people around the world in awe since it was shared online.

Cari McGillivray was on the Stewart Cassiar Highway when she came across the “incredibly rare and amazing” sight of the two bears fighting. The video captures the grizzlies growling in each other’s faces and stepping back and forth across the road on their back legs.

They can be seen pushing each other viciously as they battle it out. In the distance, a wolf can be seen patiently observing the bears. The video ends as one of the bears chases the other while running towards the camera.

Since being shared on Facebook, the video has collected over 3.3 million views.

“Wow, truly a once in a lifetime experience! Amazing footage!” wrote one person in the comments section.

“What a force of nature. Thanks so much for sharing!” another said.

“Can’t tell you just how much I love this! Even though I was anxious for the bears. Wolf be like “holy s**t dudes CALM DOWN,” a third added.

Sharing her footage on social media, Cari wrote:

“Don’t normally post on here but thought I’d share this incredibly rare and amazing moment with all you guys of these grizzlies fighting! Keep a sharp eye out for the little wolf that is observing them in the distance!”

You can see Cari’s full video below:

Don’t normally post on here but thought I’d share this incredibly rare and amazing moment with all you guys of these grizzlies fighting! Keep a sharp eye out for the little wolf that is observing them in the distance! 🥰🐻🐺

Posted by Cari McGillivray on Friday, September 20, 2019

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