At the time of the attack, the group was hiking in Russia’s Elgaki National Park.
The three deceased companions escaped barefoot-and it took them seven hours to find safety.
For safety reasons, the park is closed until November.
A group of hikers on a camping trip were killed by a brown bear in Russia when they unpacked their luggage.
When the tragedy happened on July 27, the group was hiking in the popular Elgaki National Park in south-central Russia.
Krasnoyarsk Regional News Agency Looking at the “drooling” bear, the man reported scaling the rock wall, but one man, Yevenggny Starkov, 42, was behind.
One of the survivors told local news that after the bears found them, they saw their friends devoured and then fled further into the forest.
The group walked seven hours (barefoot in the wilderness, unequipped) before they reached safety and could inform authorities about the incident.
Elgaki National Park has made many statements about them VK page -Russian social media platform.
The administration confirmed the incident and announced that the park-except for some specific trails-will be closed to visitors until November 1, 2021.
The Ministry of Ecology and the Park Administration have arrested and killed the animals. Investigations are underway on the status of the event.
This is the second deadly bear incident in a national park this summer. A brown bear was shot in June after killing a 16-year-old boy who worked as a Sherpa.
Many theories have been put forward as to why bear attacks have skyrocketed. One is that bears are hungry as a result of long winters, heavy snow and cold access to restricted food.
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