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Old 09-22-2013, 02:02 AM   #71
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Each animal area is a very large natural habitat.

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I understand now, I forget your across the pond. We have zoos or wildlife rehabilitation centers,, then we have parks, national parks which bears roam free in some of them. People here wanna hand feed them, then they learn that humans=food,and go looking for campers/hikers to feed them. Bears have terrible manners coming to dinner uninvited all the time.
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They are fenced in.
. As they should be everywhere!

wow! Something Europe has more sense about than U.S.
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I understand now, I forget your across the pond. We have zoos or wildlife rehabilitation centers,, then we have parks, national parks which bears roam free in some of them. People here wanna hand feed them, then they learn that humans=food,and go looking for campers/hikers to feed them. Bears have terrible manners coming to dinner uninvited all the time.
We have normal zoos and then nature parks. The nature parks are normally for native species that are in their own habitat. Germany does have brown bears, but they are in the mountains of Bavaria. They cross the border from Austria. Your right, that is crazy to feed wildlife in the wild. Also, you might be poisoning them with human food. We have people who want to feed fox. They forget that you can get Kleinsfuchsbandwarmer. This is a very small tapeworm that digs into your skin and eats organs in your body. Very dangerous. Also, a fox will bite, which may cause rabies, infections, etc....
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2026914/Mum-bear-eating--Final-phone-calls-woman-19-eaten-alive-brown-bear-cubs.html

Extremely dangerous animals. Siberia must be pretty bad with this pest as I have read all kinds of horror stories about bear eating people there. Even an entire village.
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Extremely dangerous animals. Siberia must be pretty bad with this pest as I have read all kinds of horror stories about bear eating people there. Even an entire village.
Simple solution. Soylent Brown; use it for food aid and emergency rations.
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Simple solution. Soylent Brown; use it for food aid and emergency rations.
That stuff is suppose to be high in protein. We don't want bigger,faster bears high in protein do we?
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That stuff is suppose to be high in protein. We don't want bigger,faster bears high in protein do we?
I wasn't really thinking of it as food FOR the bears so much as food FROM the bears. Think of the starving children in Africa, "here kid; have a cracker".
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