[Video] Kodiak bear suddenly dies running uphill in Alaska / “Heart attack” ?


Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge filmed a brown bear suddenly die running uphill.

No details are attached to the video, but apparently it was filmed in 2013.

The reason of the death is not clear. The description of the video writes the bear had a heart attack.



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Français :

[Vidéo] Un ours de Kodiak meurt brusquement en courant en montant en Alaska  : “attaque cardiaque” ?


Le Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge (Refuge National Vie Sauvage pour les Kodiaks ;  Ours Kodiak =Ursus arctos middendorffi) a filmé un ours brun mourant subitement alors qu’il courait en montant.
Aucun détail ne vient compléter la vidéo mais ça a apparemment été filmé en 2013.
La cause de la mort n’est pas claire. La description de la vidéo dit que l’ours a fait une attaque cardiaque.

Articles liés :

* Un japonais : “Depuis le début de l’année dans ma société, 6 quinquagénaires sont morts cette année “
* [Propagation des problèmes de santé] La maire de Yokohama hospitalisée et soignée à domicile un mois de plus pour ses problèmes cardiaques

Vous pouvez lire ceci parce que nous avons survécu jusqu’à aujourd’hui.

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