University of Montana’s Grizzly Stadium is hosting Brutus the Grizzly bear to see how bears travel at night.

The host of America the Wild With Casey Anderson, Casey grew up in Montana surrounded by wilderness and animals, and was nicknamed the “animal magnet” as a kid. After college, he became an animal keeper and trainer at wildlife parks, traveling to elephant orphanages in Kenya, hanging out with crocodiles, and even getting thrashed by a mountain lion.

Then a baby grizzly bear named Brutus came into his life. Brutus was born in an overpopulated wildlife park. Casey rescued him from being euthanized and built a sanctuary for him, which became Montana Grizzly Encounter, a bear rescue and education facility. Brutus now assists Casey in teaching park visitors about grizzly anatomy and conservation.

This past year, Anderson brought Brutus to Washington-Grizzly Stadium for Brutus to score a touchdown! Check out the video below

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