Footage spread of a woman illegally approaching a bear in Yellowstone National Park, in Los Angeles, where the investigator was able, through social media, to identify the Illinois woman Samantha Dering, the person who tried to get a shot near the huge bear and her cubs, and published it through her account and was executed. Viewed over 93,000 times.
Report on the New York Post
According to the New York Post, Illinois Samantha Dering is charged with violating federal law that prohibits “feeding, touching, harassing, intimidating, or intentionally disturbing wildlife nests, as well as violating closure and use restrictions,” according to what appeared in the video. Which was taken last May, and the investigation is currently underway.
According to witnesses who spoke with investigators, other tourists in the park returned to their cars when they saw the bears coming near them, and warned “Dearing” as well, but she did not turn away like them, the New York Post reported.
Time for the lady to approach the bear
Picture taken of the lady while approaching the bear
Deering is said to have been only 4,572 meters from the bear during the encounter, well below park regulations of 91.44 metres, which require visitors to keep this safe distance between themselves and bears and wolves..
The lady is running from the bear
The young woman was sentenced to four days in prison and a $1,000 fine for getting too close to the bear and its cubs, and Attorney General Bob Murray said, “The wild animals in Yellowstone National Park are really wild. The interview is from a dividing line.