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roofwayne

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not much room left....lol..rw

There’s not even enough room for a single buttcheek. Worst part is getting there first and they both jump on ya.

The smaller dark one is 70lbs and she’s a cuddler

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lol

 with the cool weather, we get a 100lb fur blanket on the bed --  the cats.  Getting up/out of bed can be right difficult at times.

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That one is right off I 90 at the Trail Creek exit about 5 miles East of Bozeman. I was living in Bozeman when they were trying to get that center up and running. The bunnyhuggers were coming out of the woodwork in protest.

 

Remember a few years ago there was some knucklehead that wanted to be one with the bears? He set his camp up in the middle of a bunch of bears then shot videos of him interacting with them. His whole premise was that Grizzly Bears are not really dangerous and that you can live in harmony with them. He was so convinced that he actually brought his girlfriend  to stay with him at his camp. He filmed lots of peaceful bears, and everything was going just fine...until one day when someone checked his camp and all that was left of him and his girlfriend were in the bear turds. He did get his wish of becoming one with the bears! His name was Teasdale, don't remember GF name. To this day when someone does something stupid in Alaska you are more than likely hear that "you pulled a Teasdale'. 

Yep, and then there was Charlie Vandergaw; who once stated:

"I don't have to answer to anyone". For years the retired Anchorage teacher kept his secret, until he decided to bring in documentary crews.

The state of Alaska of course shut him down(and almost jailed him), but I'm sure he still visits with bears at the remote cabin.

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I saw that program. I think there are really people who have the ability to interact with wildlife but, they are few and far between. The  issue I have with this guy is he habituates bears to humans. That is a recipe for disaster(usually to the bear) when they encounter people other than him.

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I saw that program. I think there are really people who have the ability to interact with wildlife but, they are few and far between. The  issue I have with this guy is he habituates bears to humans. That is a recipe for disaster(usually to the bear) when they encounter people other than him.

Been hand feeding elk here, but they're tame in the zoo. I never realized how large they were until I stood next to the male. His rack is huge!. They communicate with body language, head bobbing means more apples please.

The problem I have with Charlie is the same, he's a dumbass who knows nothing about bears.

There are no Montana grizzly encounter sanctuaries in Alaska, when those cubs seek out humans as just another food source.

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give a few thousand years of selective breeding and you might have a relatively tame wild animal, that sees you as a food source or food item .... depending on their mood

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Polar bears do consider humans a food source!

Glad they are Polar bears and not Desert bears.

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