Mac & Mac's Pick: Wildlife Boogie

By WEEK Producer

August 1, 2013 Updated Aug 1, 2013 at 10:48 PM CDT

ALBERTA, CANADA -- Rangers at one park in Alberta, Canada had motion-sensor cameras set up to track the wildlife.

As it turns out, they put their camera in the right place.

One particular tree, it seems, became a favorite of the grizzly bears to
soothe summer's itches...

That tree became a party place for bears of all sizes to scratch, cavort,
and generally have a good time.

Honesty compells us to tell you this video was taken during April and May, the bears didn't show up every day, nor do we believe they had any disco music.

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