HORROR: Woman Found Dead in Montana Near Yellowstone National Park From Grizzly Bear Attack | Gatekeeper

A woman from Kansas was found dead in Montana near Yellowstone National Park after apparently being mauled by a Grizzly Bear.

Local authorities are still trying to trace the animal.

It is not known whether the woman deliberately got too close to the animal.

FOX News have details:

Woman found dead in Montana after being identified as mauling a grizzly bear near Yellowstone

The woman found dead in Montana following an alleged grizzly bear encounter near Yellowstone National Park has been identified as 48-year-old Amie Adamson from Derby, Kansas.

On Saturday morning, game controllers with Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks were notified that a hiker had found a woman dead on the Buttermilk Trail near the town of West Yellowstone.

The agency said in a post on Facebook that Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks wardens, bear specialists and staff from other agencies found the woman had injuries consistent with a bear attack.

Officials also found tracks of an adult grizzly bear and at least one cub near the site, although they saw no bear or sign of a daybed or animal carcass during their investigation, which is ongoing.

The Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office said in a Facebook post on Monday that the victim was identified as Adamson.

It’s terrible to think about. This is a giant beast.

A woman has been found dead in Montana after coming into contact with a grizzly bear in Yellowstone National Park’s western trail. https://t.co/bmkBxhFgJl

— NBC News (@NBCNews) July 24, 2023

I’ve probably hiked alone too many times in our bear country on MT, but you should never hike here without bear spray.

Unfortunately, this woman doesn’t seem to have anything with her.https://t.co/ngixqfgCEq

—Jeremy Carl (@jeremicarl4) July 24, 2023

Just a month ago, NBC News in Montana did a report on a huge Grizzly Bear on the prowl, which pointed to its enormous size:

Hopefully the bears involved in this attack will be quickly caught.


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