Moment when two bears get into a fierce fight in the carport of a house in Lake Tahoe, California
- Two hulking bears competed in the carport of Lisa Quick’s carport in Lake Tahoe, California
- The manicurist said she was awakened by ‘strange growls’
- Quick said bears are often sighted near her mountain home, but this is the first fight she’s ever seen, let alone caught on film.
- The brawl between the bears ended as quickly as it started and they went their separate ways
A vicious fight between two bears was caught on camera in the carport of a home in Lake Tahoe, California.
The battling Bruins woke up homeowner Lisa Quick, a manicurist, who said: ABC7 that she heard a ‘strange growl’ and immediately knew there were bears outside.
In the footage, the grizzly creatures come attacking each other from opposite directions and meet the center frame, swinging wildly at each other while emitting a low roar.
Two bears went toe to toe in the carport of Lisa Quick’s Lake Tahoe carport, waking her up
The creatures waved wildly at each other and knocked a ladder out of the way during the skirmish
Both bears rocked back on their hind legs and clawed at each other in the cramped space
The battling Bruins let out a ‘strange growl’ as they circled each other with bared teeth
They knock out a step ladder and jostle the gas meter in the narrow passage next to the house in the Sierra Nevada as they bare their teeth and continue to struggle.
The fur flies as they move backwards on their hind legs and when a pair of prize fighters approach each other.
Different blows are dealt to both sides, but just as suddenly as the violence began, the two creatures part, continue to growl and take in each other.
The bears broke up after a few seconds of brutal beatings as they continued to make each other bigger
As quickly as it started, the two beings broke up and went their separate ways
One of the bears snorts and turns to run away, but pauses after several steps to consider returning to his enemy.
It seems to reconsider and continues past a piece of wood stored in the garage, closely watched by the other bear.
Quick said she’s used to seeing bears near her mountain home, but this is the first time she’s seen them mixed up.
“I yelled and my dogs started barking and we ran outside to break up,” Quick told the TV news station. “I see bears every day, but we’ve never seen them fight before.”
She said she loves bears and they will usually leave her carport when she goes out to chase them away.