Look at this shit.
Henry, a cool polar bear who lives in Australia, was put in a pen with some blank pieces of paper and non-toxic paint. Okay, Henry, let’s see what’s locked away in that artistic heart of yours:
Do you love the snow? Not as much as Tian Tian here you don’t.
We’re usually not so keen on people trying to get real cuddly with a bear, because wild bears are dangerous as hell. But here we have big bear buddy who was born in captivity, and seems totally down to snuggle:
The Cleveland Cavaliers finally figured out that Timofey Mozgov is one of the finest commercial actors in Cleveland, and decided to use his immense talent for their own purposes. So here he is riding a bear.
Over the course of the last week or so, you may have noticed some version of this puzzle popping up in one of your social media feeds:
You have two very specific questions about The Revenant, and we’ll get to those, promise. But first, let us discuss the scene where Leonardo DiCaprio, playing a über-badass 19th-century American outdoorsman, flees a party of bloodthirsty Native Americans, rides his horse off a cliff, lands in a giant Christmas tree,…
Deadspin is pleased to announce our 2015 Bear of the Year. After a great deal of consideration and deliberation, we arrived at a clear choice: Extra-Cool Polar Bear Who Discovered Many Ways To Enjoy His Items.
You know that video that’s been going around the internet this week, the one with the doctors calming all those babies? The video makes me feel like one of those babies.
What the hell is this shit?
Here’s a bear who thought it would be cool to swing by the local high school and connect with the youth. Well, you fucked up, bear, because class starts at 7:30, and you missed the bell. See you in detention.
This bear has figured out a few important truths about his life. The first thing he’s learned is that if he sits on his big cool rock like a person, people will throw food at him. This is because people love nothing more than an bear exhibiting humanoid qualities.
Here we have an encounter between a kayaker and a bear. It is an encounter that quickly devolves from tense to hysterical, which is what happens when those who may take the harsh realities of nature for granted are confronted by those who do not.
This big-ass brown bear thought he had found himself a nice spot to chill, but then some jabroni with a camera came along and started trouble. The bear tried to defuse the situation with a few dirt slaps, but he was eventually forced to flee, whereupon he stumbled over a bunch of debris and was made a fool of!
Tom’s on an airplane, but if he were here he’d note that this baby bear struggling with a hammock is different than last week’s baby bears struggling with a hammock, but it’s not weird that there’s two because bears know exactly how to kick back for the start of the weekend.
NHL player Clayton Stoner, then with the Minnesota Wild, traveled to British Columbia in May of 2013, killed a grizzly bear, cut off his head, and posed for a photo. That September, we declared him an enemy of Deadspin. Today, Stoner’s facing five charges related to the death of Cheeky the bear.
Someone needs to hook this bear family up with the Pool Bears. That would make for one hell of a party, my pals.
Summer, man. Doesn’t it always seem like it’s over right after it starts? Sheesh. http://theconcourse.deadspin.com/pool-bear-is-g...
The beautiful lug you see in the picture above is a good bear, who after munching at a 20-pound bag of dog food decided he needed to take himself a little post-meal nap.