Human interaction with wildlife is increasingly becoming a problem, with people wanting to interact, feed, and even touch wild animals all for the sake of their own gratification and, more often than not, for social media.
In usual cases, wild animals keep their distance from humans and heavily human-populated areas for the obvious reason that they are animals that do not want to be touched or bothered. They want to go about doing their own thing, as their instincts tell them to.
But some people just can’t resist interrupting a wild animal. The more human interaction that an animal experiences, the more reliant that animal will become on our species. A black bear recently fell victim to this bothering, and the consequences are heartbreaking.
North America’s native bear…