Here’s a bird landing on a bear.
What’s there to be done when a bear crashes your barbecue and decides that he would like to enjoy some meats as well? As Josh and his buddies have demonstrated here, very little.
It’s summer time and that means it’s the worst time to be a polar bear in the zoo. Heatwaves around the world are making life hard for captive polar bears, and zookeepers are struggling to keep the big beasts cool.
These young bears are having a grand time digging round in the ice. Will it be like this forever? You know it can’t.
Moninda Marube was in the middle of an 18-mile run near his home in Auburn, Maine last Wednesday when he encountered something pretty terrifying—a pair of black bears. As he told the Lewiston-Auburn Sun Journal in an impressive story that I highly recommend reading in full, he quickly sized up his options for escape.…
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These EXCLUSIVE pictures of a bear enjoying a hammock and investigating a trash can come to us from a reader who understands what this damn website is all about.
A golf course has many pleasures to offer an adventurous bear: fields of fresh-cut grass, flags to play with, and sandwiches to be stolen from defenseless jamokes.
Which one is your favorite?
According to local Hartford, Conn., news anchor Dennis House, this picture was sent to him by an Avon resident named Bob Belfiore, whose neighbor was confronted by a hungry black bear while she was making brownies.
Sports are fun, right? You get to go outside, smell the dirt, use your muscles, hear the wind in the trees. It’s all fun and games until a goddamn bear shows up to eat you.
The bear wants to eat the girl.
Make way for the little panda! He’s got rolls to do!
This video, charmingly narrated by a man who wisely decided to mount a camera outside of a bear den near his house, shows us exactly what is on a bear’s to-do list in the days after hibernation ends.
Some clown in China thought it would be a good idea for him to stroll into a panda habitat and disturb the sleeping bear within it. Unfortunately for this jagoff, his host had only pain to offer as a greeting.
Welcome back to Giz Asks, a series where we ask experts hard questions about science, technology, and humanity’s future. Today, we’re talking to conservationists, naturalists, and authors about whether the bear is ever your buddy.
The first few minutes of this video might have you thinking that this big fella is no match for a simple cardboard box. There is a lot of confused pawing, and it’s hard not to think that maybe the bear would be better off spending his time on something else.
Did you lose your hat? Too bad; it belongs to the bear now. It’s his.
What is good art? A silly question asked by silly people throughout history. I scoff at them!