Bear News Archive
Bear Vs. Weird And Unnecessary Experiment: Can This Mensa-Level Bear Beat This Electrified Deer Carcass??
An experiment was set up in the woods one day to test a new invention:
The electrified deer carcass!
Wait… what?? Yeah… it was electrified "to protect hunters' game kills and, in turn, to minimize bear-human encounters."
Well, we guess that's one way to do it.
Unless you run across a smart, determined bear like the one in this vid!!
Aww! This IS great!
And we LOVE the surprise ending!
A person up in Vancouver, Canada recently recorded a bear cub doing a saucy pole dance on a golf course, and his moves were impeccable! And the thing was - we think the bear definitely knew how good it was!
Young Black Bear Had A 'Bucket' Stuck On His Head For Over A Month Until Volunteers Tracked Him Down And Saved Him!!
This is so incredible! Humans rule!
A young black bear had been sighted by several people around Western Pennsylvania with a "bucket" stuck on its head.
He had been hanging around the area for so long that people even took to calling him "Bucket Bear."
This bear's got legs, and he knows how to use them!
The only thing is - he uses them like no bear that we've ever seen!
Lately in northern New Jersey, a bear has been astounding people with its ability to walk on its hind legs like a human being!
But did you know that while you were busy sitting at your computer and judging him, he was out saving a man from a bear attack in Russia?? Well, kind of…
42-year-old Igor Vorozhbitsyn was fishing in the Yakutia Republic when he was suddenly attacked by a brown bear! It seemed like the fisherman's days were through when suddenly
There Are Actually Pants That Have Been Designed By Lions, Tigers & Bears (Oh My)! Get Your Paws On The Zoo Jeans Deets HERE!
Have you ever thought to yourself, "Man, those designers in the fashion industry are animals!?"
Well, it doesn’t matter if you thought it or not, because now they actually are!!
A Japanese zoo decided to take a creative approach to the distressed denim trend by wrapping toys for lions, tigers, and bears with denim. The resulting chewed, bitten, and clawed fabric was then stitched together to make some animal-distressed pants!
The blurb on the website describes: