After long, panicked seconds in the bears' moat with one of the massive animals biting at her backside, the woman was eventually pulled to safety and treated for severe injuries.
"What she's done here, she should thank the good Lord she's alive," Jack Hanna, director emeritus at the Columbus Zoo in Ohio, told "Good Morning America." "It's amazing to me."
Video Captures Polar Bear Attack
A video of the incident shows the woman thrashing in the bears' moat and attempting to grab life preservers and ropes thrown by would-be rescuers while one of the bears repeatedly bites her rear end.
Wow that is something you don't hear about everyday. Well, at least I don't.
Oh my goodness I have been gone for a million years. Sorry about that just moving and trying to get settled. I hope to get back on track again to keep you posted on the beautiful animal, the Polar Bear. I hope that everyone will still enjoy.