A bear hunt has gone ahead in the US state of New Jersey for the first time in 33 years, despite protests from animal rights campaigners.
The hunt, which lasts six days, has been allowed to try to cut down the amount of black bears there. It's thought there are about 3,200 of them.
Bears are seen as a problem to some people because they break into people's homes for food and attack animals.
But animal campaigners say hunting is cruel and other methods are better.