While bear attacks are quite rare, this doesn’t change the fact that bears do pose as potential threats to humans. Grizzly bears and black bears are the most common ones involved in attacks. Bears tend to retaliate more when the victim panics, runs, or fights back. The key here is not to provoke the bear and if it does happen that the bear attacks you, the best thing to do would be to quit fighting, quit screaming, and simply lay quiet. “Grizzly bears want nothing to do with humans and are only mauling you, the hiker because they feel threatened and will continue to maul you as long as you are fighting and threatening them.”
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