In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 10th, August, 2020

Wild Bear Seen Sniffing Lady’s Hair In Viral Video Is Caught And Castrated

Wild Bear Seen Sniffing Woman's Hair In Viral Video Is Caught And Castrated


Wild Bear Seen Sniffing Lady’s Hair In Viral Video Is Caught And Castrated

There’s outrage in Mexico after a black bear, that went viral for sniffing a customer’s hair, was caught and castrated.

Within the video thought-about cute by many, the bear walked as much as three ladies in a nature park and stood on its hind limbs to smell one of many ladies’s hair, whereas the girl stood nonetheless and took a selfie.

The animal, a juvenile male black bear weighing 96kg, was caught as a result of it was thought-about to pose a threat to guests of Chipinque Ecological Park. It was then castrated.

This has angered the general public. Individuals are additionally asking questioning the choice to maneuver the bear to a different state.

However consultants say the transfer is important as a result of it had develop into accustomed to being fed by people within the ecological park the place it lived.

They stated the footage confirmed the implications of feeding wild animals for the sake of a selfie.

Officers stated there had been different shut encounters between people and the identical bear within the park and in residential areas close by.

Locals dubbed it “the pleasant bear” and referred to as it “Chipi” after the park the place it lived.

The bear was captured by officers from the federal environmental safety company (Profepa) whereas having a nap within the yard of a home after its residents alerted the authorities to their sudden visitor.

Veterinarians on the Autonomous College of Nuevo León checked it over and fitted it with a radio collar.

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The animal was additionally castrated, a transfer which is now being investigated by Profepa.

The company has launched a press release saying that the choice to castrate the bear was taken by the co-ordinator for wildlife on the college after consulting with Profepa’s director-general for wildlife management, Martín Vargas Prieto.

Mr Vargas Prieto argued that the bear needed to be castrated to keep away from him entering into fights with different bears as soon as he’s launched within the Sierra de Nido mountain vary in Chihuahua state.

Each the castration and the deliberate transfer to Chihuahua have induced outrage amongst individuals within the state of Nuevo León, the place the bear was captured.

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