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bear den cam

This is a live view of the inside of Grinder and Coola’s hibernation den. The den is mostly dark inside but we have infrared lit cameras that let us see the bears without disturbing them. You can watch this feed to see what activities they carry out during their hibernation. During hibernation the bears will go into a deep sleep and will not eat, drink, defecate or urinate for as long as 5 months before emerging in the spring. They will, however, carry out behaviors like stretching, rolling over, some grooming, sitting and standing up. They will even go for little sleep walks outside of the den into the surrounding snow shed! Be sure to watch the camera or time lapse (selection in upper right corner) for these behaviors. This is the 19th hibernation period for Grinder and Coola at Grouse Mountain.
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