(UPI) – A trail camera set up to capture images of wildlife in Colorado was hijacked by a bear that used the camera to pose for about 400 "selfies."
Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks said a wildlife camera set up in a wooded area in November snapped 580 photos in a single night, and rangers reviewing the photos found about 400 of them were "bear selfies" of a single bruin that came in for a close-up.
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"Felt cute, might delete later," Colorado Parks and Wildlife quipped in sharing the photos on Twitter.