Photo courtesy of trail cam owner, who asked they remain anonymous. SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (FOX 2) - Not long after a Michigan trail camera caught one of the season's rarest images in a white-colored black bear, it's believed that the bear was killed by wolves.According to a post shared by an Upper Peninsula trekking guide Facebook group, the bear was seen rummaging through bait in early September that had been placed by a hunter.
Not long after the rare white black bear had been caught on the cameras, the Facebook group said they found the bear's remains.They believe a wolf killed the animal shortly after the rare bear was caught on camera."Our wolf population has devastated our big game populations in the U.P.," Yooper Outdoors #906 wrote in a Facebook chat to Fox News Digital.
Similarly, the Facebook group told FOX 2 that the person who owns the trail camera found pieces of what looked like white bear fur not long after the photo was shared online.