SPUCK Saturday Aug 16 07:00 AM
August 16, 2008: Fun on the tundra!
Let the pictures speak for themselves.
birdclaw Saturday Aug 16 10:07 AM
Kinda looks like a deadly game of peek-a-boo. I see you....don't eat me , don't eat me!
HungLikeJesus Saturday Aug 16 10:51 AM
I think we've seen these pictures before. You have to wonder about the photographer, though.
zippyt Saturday Aug 16 11:13 AM
oh the ohotog was safely in an armored truck , I wounder about the dude being chased ,
richlevy Saturday Aug 16 11:14 AM
Hey BooBoo, I'm smarter than the average bear.
Griff Saturday Aug 16 11:18 AM
Okay, which one of you monkeys locked the door?
tulzscha Saturday Aug 16 11:22 AM
"shoot the bear! SHOOT THE BEAR!"
richlevy Saturday Aug 16 11:42 AM
Rule #1: Don't mess with any threatened species that weighs almost half a ton. This does not include snail darters.
FStop Saturday Aug 16 01:38 PM
This was definitely a case of *run* "shitshitshitshitshit"
TheMercenary Saturday Aug 16 01:56 PM
Those bears are actually quite dangerous. I think the bear wants to know if the guy is soft or crunchy on the inside.
newtimer Saturday Aug 16 01:59 PM
I'm reminded of the scene in Monty Python & the Holy Grail when the castle guard sees the enemy knight running towards him across the field.
xoxoxoBruce Saturday Aug 16 02:22 PM
I don't think he had 50 yards to think about it. It looks to me like they are bear watching/photographing, at the town dump, which is a common, and usually not dangerous, practice in the great white north.
Scriveyn Saturday Aug 16 02:57 PM
Don't worry - he just wants to playyyyYikes!
Stress Puppy Saturday Aug 16 04:54 PM
If that bear wanted him, being in the car won't help that much. A black bear can get through a car door, so a polar bear might just remove it.
jinx Saturday Aug 16 05:22 PM
It's quite a bit easier to drive away from inside the car though...
spudcon Saturday Aug 16 11:51 PM
It's also easier to run over the sucker from inside the truck. That'll learn him!
sweetwater Sunday Aug 17 01:33 PM
I love the way their movements duplicate the other's. "Stepping off the right rear foot now! Now stand up. Now peek over the vehicle!"
Scriveyn Sunday Aug 17 02:08 PM
Playing musical bears?
dar512 Sunday Aug 17 02:34 PM
xoxoxoBruce Sunday Aug 17 04:51 PM
Wouldn't that be Panda bears... or is that his brother?
Sheldonrs Monday Aug 18 09:59 AM
Thoughts from the bear:
ZenGum Sunday Aug 31 07:32 AM
When I view these photos, I get a Benny Hill kazoo soundtrack in my mind.
seakdivers Friday Sep 5 01:24 AM
That is not an adult polar bear. It's a youngster probably just playin' with the photog......that is/ was until mommy comes along.