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We can learn from (wild) animals

 
 
Reply Sun 14 Oct, 2012 02:02 pm
My sister sent me this email. I had to edit the email, because the pictures didn't transfer directly onto a2k.

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Polar Bear: I come in peace....Unbelievable


Polar Bear: I come in Peace
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Norbert Rosing's striking images of a wild polar bear 
coming upon tethered sled dogs in the wilds of Canada 's Hudson Bay .

The photographer was sure that he was going to see the end of his dogs when the polar bear wandered in. 

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It's hard to believe that this polar bear only needed to hug someone!
I assume too, some billions of humans (give or take couple of millions) needs a warm hug!?!?
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The Polar Bear returned every night that week to play with the dogs.
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Yahto
 
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Reply Sun 14 Oct, 2012 02:06 pm
@cicerone imposter,
That isn't cool as this.

cicerone imposter
 
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Reply Sun 14 Oct, 2012 02:14 pm
@Yahto,
I'm not that impressed; I've been to the safaries in Africa, and "I" was a few feet away from "those" wild animals in an open vehicle.

I would "never" do that close to any polar bear.
Yahto
 
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Reply Mon 15 Oct, 2012 12:10 am
@cicerone imposter,
Meh, wild animals are wild animals in that they are unpredictably buggy. Bear must have been not hungry. Common sense dictates watch your back. I'd rather do that and altogether avoid an anxiety attack. Mother nature can quickly turn scary; not something to be taken lightly.
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BillRM
 
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Reply Mon 15 Oct, 2012 02:48 am
cicerone imposter
 
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Reply Mon 15 Oct, 2012 04:32 pm
@BillRM,
Pretty neat! Thanks for sharing.
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Enzo
 
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Reply Sun 21 Oct, 2012 12:24 pm
It'd be pretty cool to have a polar bear as a pet.

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roger
 
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Reply Sun 21 Oct, 2012 01:41 pm
@cicerone imposter,
Awesome and incredible. No matter the bear's intentions, I would have expect a defensive reaction from the chained dogs would have prevoked the bear.
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