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originally posted by: BornAgainAlien
a reply to: khnum
What do you think of this ?
New Jersey wildlife officials believe that a black bear in search of food killed a Rutgers University senior who was hiking with four friends over the weekend.
The body of Darsh Patel, 22, of Edison, N.J., was found Sunday in the Apshawa Preserve in West Milford. Police Chief Timothy Storbeck said the male bear was walking in a circle about 30 yards from the victim's body and wouldn't leave even after officers tried to scare it away by making loud noises and throwing sticks and stones.
...If it is confirmed that the bear caused Patel's death, it would be only the second fatal bear attack recorded in the state's history. The other occurred in 1852.
originally posted by: Patriotsrevenge
Yeah no kidding! I have never been stung by a bee or wasp but last weekend I had a Wasp land on my dam nose clamp on and sting the crap out of me when I wasn't even bothering them. I was cutting the weeds with a weed eater and the wasp came from a small nest up on the house. I was waring safety glasses and looking down so I never seen it coming. That was quite painful.
I started the weed eater back up a few minutes later after I made sure my nose was not swelling up and found no stinger. Here come another wasp dive bombing right at me when I was far away from where they were so he met the business end of the weed whacker lol.
After that I promptly waged Chemical warfare on them all around the house.
I have also seen a lot of big Black Widows lately, much bigger than normal and that bothers me. I hate spiders after being bite more than once by a Brown Recluse.
My dog has also been barking at nothing that I can hear anyway when outside. I never saw one snake this year but now that it is cooler they are all over the place which is odd.
Thankfully I have seen plenty of Bees doing their thing this year and they have been chill.