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Polar Bear attacking Human caught on Camera

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He deserved what he got for being "foolhardy" enough to enter the bears habitat!


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Damn. That thing was really sinking his teeth into the poor bastich.
Hope he survived.

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I had a similary horifying experience with a black bear a few months back. I still have nightmares.
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I had a similary horifying experience with a black bear a few months back. I still have nightmares.

Looking at your attached picture reminded me of the old joke.

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Re: not for the faint of heart--when polar bears attack

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I had a similary horifying experience with a black bear a few months back. I still have nightmares.
Dave, I think once the bear got a big look (taste), he was horrified! That poor ole' bear will never be the same, as a matter fact, none of them will be the same after our visit to CCR

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Re: not for the faint of heart--when polar bears attack

Thanks guys! I had been getting a little sloppy lately.....I now have a renewed respect for wild animals.

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