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Mountain goats, youre on notice! Watch a brave little bear cub follow its mother up the face of a rock. The rock face was almost straight up. This video shows that bears can climb rocks.
Bears have been seen climbing trees and ladders before. But this is one of the first times bears climbing rocks have been recorded. It was caught by Stephanie Latimer. She calls herself a nature enthusiast.
She captured the moment while kayaking through Santa Elena Canyon. The canyon is in Big Bend National Park. The park is in Texas.
These are Mexican Black Bears. They are a subspecies of black bear. They are listed as endangered in Texas. They grow to weigh 200-400 pounds.
Watch on YouTube: http://youtube.com/embed/xAB9-VGIkzM