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Lone Hiker Mauled by Grizzly in Denali National Park, Evidence in Photos [VIDEO]

Lone hiker Richard White was out trekking Alaska’s Denali National Park when he came across a grizzly and proceeded to photograph it. His body was later found brutally mauled.

Hiker Richard White made a fatal mistake by possibly getting too close to a feeding grizzly.

His camera was found near his mauled body and photographs prove that he got close to the bear and it charged.

Richard White’s final pictures were of a giant grizzly bear feeding then getting closer. The fatal bear attack happened just moments later. His body, camera and bloody clothes were found and the bear was eventually shot from a helicopter.

The final photographs on White’s camera will not be released without the White family’s approval.

When hiking in bear country remember they are wild. They do not like to be approached. Make a long detour around these dangerous animals.

Lone Hiker Mauled by Grizzly in Denali National Park, Evidence in Photos [VIDEO]