I say the Grizzly Bear. I watched a documentary the other day about this guy who lived with brown bears for a few months a year for something like 13 years. He got to know them really well and they would let him pet them and he would talk about how they were such good friends and had so much respect for each other. Well, there was a drought one season and not enough fish and as soon as they ran out of fish, they ate his ass. The sound on his camera was still rolling. ek There was also some footage of the bears fighting each other. Those brown bears are no joke and they fight dirty, sneaking up on you and all kinds of ish.

I've never seen polar bears act as vicious.
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Originally posted by Frenchy:
I say the Grizzly Bear. I watched a documentary the other day about this guy who lived with brown bears for a few months a year for something like 13 years. He got to know them really well and they would let him pet them and he would talk about how they were such good friends and had so much respect for each other. Well, there was a drought one season and not enough fish and as soon as they ran out of fish, they ate his ass. The sound on his camera was still rolling. ek There was also some footage of the bears fighting each other. Those brown bears are no joke and they fight dirty, sneaking up on you and all kinds of ish.

I've never seen polar bears act as vicious.



'He got to know them really well.'

Or so he and his girlfriend thought. ek
Can you imagine being eaten alive?!; and I'm mad at dude for not taking into account the drought situation. Animals, and people for that matter are no joke when desperately hungry. Can we say Donnor party of 87, no 60, no wait 50, ok 46 survived. yikes!

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