Friday, August 1


Two scientists who were studying the feasibility of humans living peaceably among grizzly bears got a rude and violent surprise after conjecturing that grizzlies weren't necessarily a threat to humans: "The dozens of massive Siberian grizzly bears whose lives were catalogued for the groundbreaking eight-year study have been slaughtered in their nature sanctuary as a message to the Canadian researchers. The people who killed the bears nailed the gall bladder of a baby grizzly to the research station's kitchen wall as a gruesome taunt." Now the study, obviously, is over. A fascinating and heartbreaking story that illustrates exactly who are the world's most dangerous animals and why.

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