Yes, you don’t get grizzly bears in South Africa, but these folks were hiking in Canada when they came a little too close for comfort. They managed to keep their wits about them.
Russia’s national animal is the bear, although that didn’t stop them from making one perform before a third-tier football match.
He is currently the world’s saddest polar bear, but Pizza might soon be making a trip to greener pastures all in the name of happiness.
Here’s a high five to the bear who found the most loving, generous parents and took full advantage of them. In Russia, naturally.
I’m sure it’s a case of the bark being worse than the bite, but kudos to this brazen French bulldog who took on some marauding bears.
Well this takes the innocence out of a bag of candy. Or maybe it’s something Adult World should sell. Either way, if I’m buying gummy bears, I want to be eating gummy BEARS…
The Denali National Park in Alaska has suffered its first deadly grizzly bear attack in the North American park’s 95 year history. 49 year-old Richard White of San Diego was attacked on Friday, but managed to snap up 26 photographs, which may provide vital insight into the minutes before his death.
This clip, taken last year, is believed to have been filmed at the Olympic Game Farm in Washington. It features a huge Kodiak bear waving back at sightseers and has quickly become a hit on the internet. Viewers are particularly delighted by his cheery demeanour. I love how he gives that, “OH IT’S YOU!” look before waving back.
Aleksandr Pylyshenko, a Ukrainian artist who owns a private zoo in the city of Vasilyevka, plans on living in an enclosure with Katya and Samson, his lions, for five weeks to raise money to improve the zoo’s living conditions and to increase awareness of underfunded private Ukrainian zoos. So that makes sense.