posted on Aug, 2 2014 @ 09:35 AM
I guess the bear doesn't like to eat crow!
But seriously, I'm not the least bit surprised by the behavior. There is an order to things sure, but the animal kingdom or nature in general has no
need for excess. The bear is well fed therefore the bear doesn't need to eat per se and contrary to popular belief there is A LOT more going on in the
brains of all wildlife.
You see it in dogs, you see it in dolphins and elephants. Because I live in the forest I can see it with all wildlife. Hornets fighting together in
columns defending their eggs from an army of ants. Watching a hornet take out at least 20 ants before it was succumbed. I see quite often in fact a
robin and a bunny pounce on each other as if they were playing more than once (my guess the same two).
The issue here IMO is we as a people generally couldn't be any more ignorant of the animal kingdom if we tried. We actually understand mythological
extraterrestrials better than we understand animals.
I've also seen what appears to be a tree that killed off an entire section of it own branches in an area to make room for light to hit a younger tree
struggling. Maybe the tree was just starting to die and another is taking advantage......maybe not.
Oh how could I forget my friend Stubby, a squirrel missing his tail. He comes around every spring and has no qualms walking right up to me without
concern. I've never fed him and with all nature provides for him, I don't need to.
edit on 2-8-2014 by Rosinitiate because: (no reason