Bear Safety Tips - know the difference between black bears and grizzly bears;  if approached by a bear, DO NOT RUN and avoid eye contact;  if a black bear attacks, try to hit it in the face or eyes to get it to back off:  if a grizzly attacks, roll over and play dead

Bear Safety Tips - know the difference between black bears and grizzly bears; if approached by a bear, DO NOT RUN and avoid eye contact; if a black bear attacks, try to hit it in the face or eyes to get it to back off: if a grizzly attacks, roll over and play dead

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Think all bears are the same well they're not. What do if you encounter a brown bear or a black bear, which do you fight and which one do play dead? This site is awesome its for men but I find it interesting for myself to.

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We asked an expert to watch the new horror film 'Backcountry' and break down the myths and realities of encountering one of the forest's most dangerous animals.

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Surviving a Black Bear Attack - "walk softly and carry a big stick" - Teddy Roosevelt

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Black Bear Watercolor Print by Dean Crouser on Etsy ~ There's Just Something Very Intriguing and Special About This Artist's Work

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Most people don't respond to charging bears by fighting back. Yet rather than run from a snarling Asian black bear, one Japanese man decided to put his karate skills to the ultimate test. Atsushi Aoki, 63, was fishing in the mountains when the bear attacked him. "The bear was so strong, and it knocked me down," Aoki told Tokyo Broadcasting System. Aoki took up a karate fighter stance, putting his right fist in front of him, and punched at the bear's eyes, which made the beast retreat. "I…

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