Bear attacks Russian woman

Bear attacks Russian woman

Bear left woman seriously injured in the far east of Russia. She was hospitalized because of critical condition.

Bear left woman seriously injured in the far east of Russia. She was hospitalized because of critical condition.

While gathering wood in a forest near Tynda in Amur region a 55-year-old Natalya Pasternak was attacked by a bear, what happens extremely rare in Russia or elsewhere in the world.

The bear was shot be a rescue team that rushed to the scene for saving woman’s live and also became a food target for a furious animal.

Mrs Pasternak was found conscious, scalped by a bear, with many wounds on her body. The animal had already covered her with earth.

According to some reports, the bear might have thought that the woman was already dead and made and attempt to bury “the meat” for further returning to it. It is also said that animal also had initially attacked the woman’s dog.

The second woman managed to escape and call the emergency services on Monday, when the attack happened.

The adult female bear, who was in a rage and jumped straight towards the emergency crew out of a ravine, was killed by a wildlife expert Sergei Ivanov. Later a tissue sample from the dead animal has been sent to a lab for determining whether it’s unusually aggressive behavior was caused by some inflection. The same bear have been spotted by residents of Tynda on the town’s outskirts occasionally in the past.

Last summer several bear attacks were reported in Russia’s far east. At least three people were killed in some of then due to a combination of factors connected to the region’s volatile climate which can range from record high temperatures to flooding and freak snow and hailstorms.

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