Montana authorities are of the belief that a woman, discovered deceased over the weekend, fell victim to a grizzly bear attack. According to wildlife officials, the woman's body was found on Saturday along a trail to the west of Yellowstone National Park. The scene revealed signs of a 'bear encounter,' including grizzly footprints. As a precautionary measure, the area was temporarily closed to hikers while rangers conducted their investigation. Authorities are now issuing warnings to the public, advising them to carry bear spray and ensure food is appropriately stored while engaging in hiking and camping activities.