A Boulder, Colo., brown bear struck a pose 400 times in one night, taking hundreds of selfies on a park ranger’s observational camera. The photos were discovered on one of nine motion-detecting cameras in the Open Space and Mountain Parks system, which spans 46,000 acres. These cameras are set to passively capture photos and videos that help give insight into the movements and habits of the local species. The park places its cameras in areas likely to have animal traffic, or where signs of wildlife activity such as footprints have previously been seen, but they didn’t anticipate one bear’s fascination with the camera. Check out some of the photos here.