Remember Knut, the 4-year-old polar bear that live at a Berlin Zoo? Knut became an international celebrity when he was abandoned by his mother at birth. He was then hand raised by a zookeeper, but after suffering an epileptic fit, fell…
The grizzly bear that was involved in the attack of a hiker, whose body was found partially eaten in Yellowstone National Park, has been euthanized. After the bear was trapped and DNA testing confirmed the 259-pound (117-kg) bear was involved,…
A hiker was found dead and partially eaten in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming. It’s believed that an adult female grizzly and at least one cub were present, and were likely to have been involved in the incident.
In Asia, bears have been captured or raised on bear farms for their bile. The method that is used is a cruel and painful procedure. It is then sold on as a traditional medicine.
He was the most famous polar bear ever, being at the center of global “Knutmania,” before he died at 4 years old. It wasn’t only Berliners that fell in love with him—the entire world was moved by his story.
It’s just like a little puppy, but cuter. Yes, we are all wondering where the heck the mother is, but whatever. As the Russians like to say, “In Russia, we attack the bears, not the other way around.”
Looks like global warming is to blame. Kids in Arviat, Canada will have to stay inside due to roaming polar bears.
Gorgeous footage of Alaskan mountains and river with a twist. The bear paws stepping over the GoPro camera are amazing, massive…but wait until the bear tries to eat it!
Even with the popularity of shark week, statistically speaking, sharks only kill about 10 humans per year. That is nothing compared to the fresh water snail that kills 10,000 humans a year, which is 10x how many humans an elephant kills.