Another case of wildlife fever in the confines of Yellowstone National Park with this recent video of a photographer who got way too close to a mother bear and her cubs despite being warning that he was in violation of park policies. No need to get that close for pictures dude…look at the size of you lens!

“As much as visitors enjoy seeing grizzly bears in Yellowstone, this is a prime of example on what not to do. This bear with her cubs has been feeding for the last 10 days on a drowned bison and the location is no secret, hence all the people. You need to keep at least 100 yards, otherwise stay in your car. The photographer in the street refused to leave the area even after letting him know multiple times in advance that she was going to cross the road. Ethical photography needs to be practiced at all times.” -Yellowstone Tour Guide Andrea Baratte

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