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originally posted by: boymonkey74
a reply to: abe froman
I know I wouldn't go anywhere without researching the local wildlife and be prepared.
originally posted by: Bloodydagger
a reply to: imod02
This is how every living thing in the world acts when it eats something tasty. It will ((Drum-roll)) eat it again because it tasted good and it enjoyed it. This isn't some revelation here pertaining to JUST apex predators in the wild.
And who is to say that these Bears will attacks humans again anyway? Who is to say that they will even run into humans again for that matter? Perhaps enough time passes (years) before they even see a human again and will have forgotten all about this incident by that point. We do understand bears and their overall thinking on certain matters, but not everything. Especially when it comes to eating something new later on in life that has a years long+ gap between the time points.
originally posted by: Puppylove
a reply to: Bloodydagger
I hate when crap like this happens. There's a tribe in africa where if you get eaten by a tiger, they shrug, they don't seek revenge, they accept that well, it's what tigers do.
originally posted by: charolais
So are we expecting that if we put the bear down it will set some kind of precedence in the bear community and they will know not to mess with us humans anymore??