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The video starts with swimming the bear through the water to the island in the middle of a lake

An unbearable bird! A petrified bear is chased by a protective crane that fears that its newborn chicks are in danger

  • Judy Lehmberg filmed two sand hills while they were hatching eggs in the US National Park.
  • Bear is seen swimming through water to island where the birds nest
  • Male sandhill fears that the black bear will harm and chase chicks
  • The petrified bear hides behind and climbs a tree while trying to dodge the angry bird
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This is the hilarious moment that a crane chases a bear after it was afraid it would harm its chicks.

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Footage shows the terrified black bear being chased through the undergrowth by the sandhill and tries to bypass it by thundering behind and climbing a tree.

Judy Lehmberg captured the scene after filming two sand hills in Yellowstone National Park in the US and hatching two eggs on a small island in the middle of a lake.

The video starts with swimming the bear through the water to the island in the middle of a lake

The video starts with swimming the bear through the water to the island in the middle of a lake

After it leaves the water, the sandhill begins to hunt it for a tree with its wings extended

After it leaves the water, the sandhill begins to hunt it for a tree with its wings extended

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After it leaves the water, the sandhill begins to hunt it for a tree with its wings extended

The petrified bear then hides behind the tree before it shoots away

The petrified bear then hides behind the tree before it shoots away

The petrified bear then hides behind the tree before it shoots away

The images also show how the bear climbs a tree to dodge the angry sandhill before he jumps down and runs away from the bird

The images also show how the bear climbs a tree to dodge the angry sandhill before he jumps down and runs away from the bird

The images also show how the bear climbs a tree to dodge the angry sandhill before he jumps down and runs away from the bird

Judy Lehmberg captured the scene after filming two sand hills in Yellowstone National Park in the US and hatching two eggs on a small island in the middle of a lake. The parents and their chicks are depicted
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Judy Lehmberg captured the scene after filming two sand hills in Yellowstone National Park in the US and hatching two eggs on a small island in the middle of a lake. The parents and their chicks are depicted

Judy Lehmberg captured the scene after filming two sand hills in Yellowstone National Park in the US and hatching two eggs on a small island in the middle of a lake. The parents and their chicks are depicted

Judy, a retired biology professor, feared that the chicks and their parents would become the bear meal after they saw it approaching them when they went into the woods to hunt for food.

The video starts with the bear swimming through the water before reaching the forest.

After it leaves the water, the sandhill begins to hunt it for a tree with its wings extended.

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The petrified bear then hides behind the tree before it shoots away.

The images also show how the bear climbs a tree to dodge the angry sandhill before he jumps down and runs away from the bird.

The video also shows the family of sand hills who paddle blissfully through the lake.

It also shows the protective male crane that looks carefully at a black bird, apparently afraid that it would attack its chicks.

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