Alaskan bicyclist mauled by grizzly bear, fends the 400-pound animal off by kicking it


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The man had a gun but did not use it during the attack

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According to an incident report by Alaska Wildlife Troopers, a man was on a morning bike ride in Alaska last week when a 400-pound brown bear charged at him, biting off his lower leg and then kicking the animal.

The moulting occurred in Cantwell, about 30 miles from Denali National Park in south-central Alaska.


The victim, who was armed at the time but did not use his gun, was riding his bike along the river bank and suddenly saw a brown bear charging from 30-45 feet away.

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He got off his bicycle and started yelling at the bear, but eventually fell to the ground and the animal cut off his lower right leg, leaving a puncture wound and a wound.

The person, who was not identified by the authorities, told the officers He admits that he “kicked the bear” and he fled.

After the bear retreated, the victim walked onto the highway, which was about 400 yards away, and called a friend to take him to Healy Medical Clinic to be treated for his wounds.

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