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Wild bear seen woman’s hair in a viral video is caught and castrated


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

In the video considered cute by many, the bear walked up to three women in a nature park and stood on its hind limbs to sniff one of the women’s hair, while the woman stood still and took a selfie.

The animal, a juvenile male black bear weighing 96kg, was caught because it was considered to pose a risk to visitors of Chipinque Ecological Park. It was then castrated.

This has angered the public. People are also asking questioning the decision to move the bear to another state.

But experts say the move is necessary because it had become accustomed to being fed by humans in the ecological park where it lived.

They said the footage showed the consequences of feeding wild animals for the sake of a selfie.

Officials said there had been other close encounters between humans and the same bear in the park and in residential areas nearby.

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Locals dubbed it “the friendly bear” and called it “Chipi” after the park where it lived.

Wild bear seen sniffing a woman

The bear was captured by officials from the federal environmental protection agency (Profepa) while having a snooze in the backyard of a house after its residents alerted the authorities to their unexpected guest.

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

 

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The animal was also castrated, a move which is now being investigated by Profepa.

The agency has released a statement saying that the decision to castrate the bear was taken by the co-ordinator for wildlife at the university after consulting with Profepa’s director-general for wildlife control, Martín Vargas Prieto.

Mr Vargas Prieto argued that the bear had to be castrated to avoid him getting into fights with other bears once he is released in the Sierra de Nido mountain range in Chihuahua state.

Both the castration and the planned move to Chihuahua have caused outrage among people in the state of Nuevo León, where the bear was captured.

Watch the video below.

 

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