Had Goldilocks encountered these bears, she just might have stuck around for the picnic. Assuming, of course, that Goldilocks prefers raw fish over porridge and a side of GoPro for dessert.
The latest promotional video from the adventurous camera company features a family of Grizzly bears frolicking in a crystal clear stream. As uptempo music rocks in the background, the bears track down an occasional fresh fish and seem to have a grand ol' time.
At the end, one of the more curious bears flips over the camera and gives it a curious nibble before likely moving on to tastier fare.
The footage used in this production actually dates back to a 2013 video filmed by Brad Josephs, a bear specialist with Natural Habitat Adventures in Alaska.
The cameras used to capture these scenes were "not baited with anything, because 99% of the time if a bear did see one of the cameras, they would be crushed and destroyed, as bears have a bit of a naughty side and like to show off their strength," Josephs wrote about the experience. "Baiting cameras is also illegal, unethical, and can create dangerous associations between bears and people that can prove to be fatal for both bears and the cameramen."
According to Josephs, these particular bears live in Alaska's Katmai National Park.
Grizzlies are considered a threatened species. There are only about 1,000 of them estimated to be living in the continental United States, National Geographic reports.