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These photos come from the Northwest, where a black bear tries to his luck at cattle wrangling.
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But the bear is in over his head. This large blonde and white Simmental cow charges him head on.
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Other angry cows join in on the brawl.
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The bear is outweighed here by hundreds of pounds, but he fights back, biting the cow in the face and neck.
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Cows are usually viewed as docile animals that are easy targets for predators, but this herd is proving otherwise.
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Now the bear is really in trouble.
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It looks like he’s about to be crushed by the cows’ heavy hooves.
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But somehow the bear is able to escape from the two cows. The ranchers expected the bear to at least have some broken ribs. Aside from a few scratches, the cows were fine.
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The bear hightails it back to the woods.

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