Does this mean we'll be bringing mom to their next show?
When the Act is allowed to do its job, it's amazingly successful: 99 percent of the species under its care have been spared extinction (think: grizzly bears, gray whales and bald eagles) and hundreds are on the road to recovery.
Billboard.biz: Terrible Records, the Brooklyn-based label founded by Chris Taylor of Grizzly Bear and Ethan Silverman, has begun a worldwide partnership with XL Recordings to manufacture, distribute, market and promote certain future releases. Show More Summary
Indie bands have been mainstays of the late night talk show circuit for years now, but they're starting to infiltrate morning shows too. Case in point: Grizzly Bear just played Ellen this morning (5/24), which most certainly introduced their...
I’m not sure if this necessarily qualifies as a career milestone for Grizzly Bear, since they’ve already been on a million TV shows. But maybe it’s an indicator of how nebulous and meaningless the entire idea of indie rock has become: Grizzly Bear playing their fractured, floating “Yet Again” on Ellen, as Ellen DeGeneres, who [...]
Just the mayor of Memphis, the Grizzlies' mascot, and an Elvis impersonator on a boat because...well, because Memphis. (via My Fox Memphis) Tipoff with the Spurs is 9:00 p.m. Eastern Time on Saturday, but feel free to "grit, grind, and shine" before then, during the game, or at any time you wish, really. Show More Summary
If your Mom asks you about Grizzly Bear, here's why.
Bam Bam the grizzly bear and Vali the chimpanzee wondering what to talk about, wondering if they have anything in common. Bam Bam is playing hard to get. Vali thinks they are playing tag. Things can get a little wild on a first date. Sometimes it’s love at first bite. Getting to know you, getting to […]
Trophy-class specimens of whitetail deer, Stone’s sheep, Dall’s sheep, desert sheep and grizzly bears are becoming more common afield, based on newly compiled records by the Boone and Crockett Club. Conversely, trophy records reveal an oppo...
In this clip from Dutch television series De Nieuwe Wildernis (The New Wilderness), a fox chews on and runs off with a video camera hidden in an animal carcass. Previously, we wrote about a young grizzly bear chewing on a GoPro video camera that was recording footage for the BBC’s Great Bear Stakeout. via Tastefully [...]
(Video Link) This is no teddy bear! Brad Josephs, a nature guide, left his GoPro camera out where a bear could find it. The bear wasn't able to eat it, but his attempt lets you see the inside of his mouth. Watch the video, then change your underwear. -via Dave Barry
Welp, this is about as up close and personal as you'll ever get to a grizzly bear's mouth without being eaten alive or requiring some pretty major surgery The incredible clip embedded above comes from the GoPro camera of Alaskan naturalist Brad Josephs. Show More Summary
When using his GoPro to capture grizzlies in Alaska, Brad Josephs got a little more than he bargained for when one of the bears tried to eat his camera. As the curious bear tried to decide whether or not to eat the camera, Josephs caught...Show More Summary
If you ever wondered what it would look like to be mouthed by a grizzly bear, here's proof that it would not be a pleasant experience. Brad Josephs, a wildlife biologist and expedition leader for Natural Habitat Adventures, got the footage while in Alaska filming "Great Bear Stakeout" which was shown on BBC One and Discovery Channel. Show More Summary
This video shows the last thing you’ll see if you tangle with a grizzly. Warning: It’s gross. A GoPro camera captured the inside of a bear’s mouth as it tried to eat the camera. (Technically it was captured by the...
Ever wondered what it's like to be eaten by a grizzly bear? Probably not... Except maybe in a nightmare. In any case, it's now possible to see (if not feel) what it's like from the safety of your home.
A 3-year-old grizzly in Alaska found a GoPro camera that had been set up to capture nature scenes. The result: Very upclose video. Warning: If slobber and big teeth aren't your thing, this video may not be for you.
While filming for the BBC’s Great Bear Stakeout, a three-year-old grizzly cub chewed on bear biologist Brad Josephs‘ GoPro camera that he had strapped to a rock using a rubber band. Luckily, the camera wasn’t damaged and Josephs recovered and uploaded the footage to YouTube. via UPROXX
Naturalist Brad Josephs shares some of the footage that got using his GoPro camera, including a scene where a curious grizzly bear tried munching on the gadget. Parts of the video will appear in BBC’s Great Bear Stakeout. Hat Tip Li...
GoPros… not only are they handy, but delicious, apparently! A fellow by the name of Brad Josephs left a GoPro inconspicuously secured to a rock on the Alaska Peninsula, in an attempt to capture footage of grizzly bears. And he got a look at grizzlies alright, both inside and out. More »