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What Happens When a Montana Grizzly Bear Takes the Electrified Deer Test?

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A persistent and clever grizzly outsmarts a strange experiment.

One researcher in Montana wanted to find out if an electrified deer carcass could serve as a grizzly bear deterrent. The findings weren't all that surprising, as grizzlies are incredibly persistent.

According to the video's description, "The deer is electrified as an experiment to protect hunters' game kills and, in turn, to minimize bear-human encounters."

Watch how it works (or doesn't) below:

Unorthodox, sure, but it could work. Except, this fearless grizzly is like the honey badger, and the honey badger don't care if his meal is hooked up to a car battery. He's gonna eat it anyways.

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What Happens When a Montana Grizzly Bear Takes the Electrified Deer Test?