Discussion in 'Mayberry Lounge' started by TribalDrumz, Jul 1, 2018.
The bear that killed Timothy Treadwill is currently ripping a salmon up.
Tainted supplements and meat.
Holy shit there's like 5 or 6 bears in the mix right now guys. Check it out
or game "pits, mastiffs, etc."
Bear would not even have to try and rip any dog apart.
They do that when food is so plentiful. They only typically eat the most fatty and nutrient rich parts like the skin and bellies. This allows them to build the maximum fat for the winter hibernation period.
Oh, I've been there before. Poor bastard
I feel like this is the one time the term "livestreaming" would be even more accurate, but nooo.
I watched for about 10 minutes and caught this! It gets good around 50 seconds.
Orcas can flip a 2,000lb sea lion in the air with its tail. Sometimes they do it to stun them before devouring and other times just for fun. Was running a vessel at False with a helicopter filming orcas attacking grey whales. We got 6 attacks on film, it's amazing how agile and smart they are.
Don't know who took this but it's some good footage.
A can of shitty farmed-raised salmon literally fed with chicken SHIT costs an arm at the grocery store. But bears get organic-grade fresh salmons by the bucket? Bullshit. Fuck the bears, I want those salmons.
Usually they strip the meat and skin away from the bones leaving what looks like a flayed salmon. When hiking up and down streams you see the carcasses all over. It's amazing how much they can strip away from the bones but there's always enough left to make it look from a distance they only took the skin. The prize is the eggs and guts.
Wife and I are baked and playing this on the TV atm lol.
Already bin a few bear attacks in alaska this year. One fatal.
‘Trail has gone cold’: Bear traps no longer set in wake of Eagle River maulings
Wildlife biologists are no longer actively trying to trap a bear thought to have mauled two men in the South Fork Eagle River Valley.
Matt Tunseth, Alaska Star 1 day ago
Grizzly mauls rafter making camp along Copper River
Two people were on a raft trip from McCarthy to Cordova when they stopped for the night and surprised a grizzly sow and at least one cub.
Michelle Theriault Boots
‘This isn’t how I’m dying’: Teenager recounts bear attack in Naknek
Since a young fisherman was attacked, bears have been the talk of Naknek boatyards.
Mitch Borden, KDLG June 23
Authorities confirm Eagle River man was killed by brown bear as search continues
A brown bear was seen on a game camera overnight Thursday off Hiland Road but wasn't caught in a Fish and Game trap.
Matt Tunseth, Alaska Star June 21
Man killed, member of search party injured in Eagle River bear attacks
Michael Soltis’ death is the second fatal bear attack in the Anchorage municipality in two summers.
Michelle Theriault Boots, ADN - Matt Tunseth, Alaska Star June 20
The killing of an Eagle River hiker marks the 6th fatal bear attack in Alaska in the past 10 years. Here are the others.
Alaska went seven years without a fatal bear attack, between 2005 and 2012. The body discovered Wednesday would make three deaths in two years.
Anchorage Daily News June 20
A brown bear killed a hiker in Eagle River. A man searching for him was mauled.
Michael Soltis’ body was found in the same area -- near where Hiland Road ends -- that a brown bear attacked a member of a search party looking for Soltis on Wednesday morning. The bear had not been located as of Wednesday afternoon.
Matt Tunseth, Alaska Star - Michelle Theriault Boots, ADN June 20
Family and friends searched overnight for Eagle River hiker
Michael Soltis, 44, was last seen about 5 p.m. Monday near Mile 8 of Hiland Road. Family members and friends searched overnight.
, Loren Holmes
Afraid of bears? There are far more dangerous things in the Alaska outdoors
In before some dweeb without a life, and 40,000 posts, believes it matters when you know the difference but don't give a rip because it's SD.
place is hopping right now, fish are jumping out of the water.
It’s definitely a feast right now , I love how they move the camera also
Taking note of how massive the bears posted in this thread are, imagine how fucking crazy it would have been to have seen a short-faced bear. They died out just 11,000 yrs ago. I can barely comprehend the thought of seeing one of these walking outside my house.
Same reason I don't eat the crusts on pizza.
7 or 8 bears around right now
My game pit would put up a good fight.
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