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VIDEO: Grizzly bear bluff charges tourist in Yellowstone, reminder to keep distance

Cover picture for the articleJACKSON, Wyo. — A video surfaced recently of a woman who was bluffed charged by a grizzly bear in Yellowstone National Park after getting too close. The National Park Service says that bluff charges are meant to scare or intimidate. When a bear bluff charges, it will have its head and ears up and forward. The bear will usually puff itself up to look bigger and will bound on its front paws toward you moving in big leaps, but then stop short or veer off to one side.