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Thing About Skins
Bear Facts: Oldest Known Black Bear Takes That Final Nap in Minnesota
She was a mother, grandmother, great-grandmother. And when the time came, she curled up in a cozy, shady spot ideal for a midday nap, and went into her final sleep...
Does a Bear Shake It in the Woods? Six Hilarious Bear-Scratching Videos
Turns out trees do more than make oxygen—they double as pole-dancing props for bears. Who knew?...
First Nations' Bear-Hunt Ban Pits Aboriginals Against British Columbia Government
Ten First Nations from British Columbia’s coast have formed a coalition and banned trophy bear hunting in the Great Bear Rainforest, though the province does not seem inclined to e...
Bears on Bath Salts? Two Beastie Boys Brawl on a Florida Lawn, Caught on Camera
Bears are growing bolder and bolder of late. Last year they started awakening earlier than normal from hibernation in Montana and Colorado...
Bear Eats Murderer’s Remains, Gets Death Penalty
Convicted Canadian murderer Rory Nelson Wagner not only got his just desserts but also was dessert, as a black bear snacked on his already-dead body after dragging it from a car...
145 Black Bears Killed in Tar Sands Region in 2011
The number of black bears killed by Canadian Fish and Wildlife Conservation officers near the Alberta tar sands nearly tripled to 145 in 2011 as compared to the 2010 total...
Xaxli’p Elder Mauled to Death by Bear in B.C.
The small, remote British Columbia community of Xaxli’p First Nation is mourning the woman its members called “Aunt” after respected elder Bernice Evelyn Adolph was killed by a bla...
Bears Emerging from Hibernation Early
Spring has sprung, and so has the bear...
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