Believe it or not, there is a bear in this photo.
Waterton Lakes National Park posted the photo to Facebook, and it took us a while to spot the bear.
Need a hint? Look for the ears...
(Still can't spot it? Check out some of the best guesses on our Facebook page.)
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It's nice to see an Alberta bear hiding out in its natural habitat, away from busy highways and tourists.
A bumper crop year for bear activity in Alberta means an increase in the number of bear sightings along the Bow Valley Corridor.
Officials even went so far as to enact a "no-stopping" zone in Kootenay National Park last week, to discourage drivers from pulling over to gawk at a family of bears who have been spending time near Radium.
It’s expected the bears will remain active at lower elevations for the next two to three weeks.
Check out photos of animals caught on camera in Waterton Lakes National Park.
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