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You Can’t Outrun a Grizzly Bear

Even if you’re Usain Bolt, there’s no way you can run faster than a grizzly. In this clip a passenger driving through Wyoming’s Grand Teton National Park captured a bear running as fast as their car. If you should encounter one, try these pointers.

This Is Why You Shouldn't Try to Outrun a Grizzly Bear

3 days agoOdd : Neatorama

(Video Link) This video shows a grizzly bear running in Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. Can you keep up? The Daily Telegraph (warning: auto-start video) says that grizzly bears can run up to 35 MPH, which is well over Usain Bolt's top speed of 27 MPH. But as the old joke goes: I don't have to outrun the bear. I just have to outrun you.

Grizzly Bear and Caribou Combo Float Hunt

International Hunting Consultants - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters Grizzly Bear and Caribou Combo Float Hunt Hunt in the wild Brooks Range, you wont find a better price on a better hunt for Arctic Grizzly and Caribou! Alaskan...Show More Summary

Post Up: Grizzlies Bear Down

Memphis shut down the Clippers' high-octane offense on Sunday. The post Post Up: Grizzlies Bear Down appeared first on SLAMonline.

What It Takes to Exterminate the Grizzly

5 days agoNews : The Daily Beast

Yellowstone grizzly bears face the two greatest threats to their survival in our lifetime: global warming and the U.S. government. Between them they could wipe the bears out.

How Closely Are Grizzlies Following Hunters? Study Aims to Find Out

When hunting for elk or deer, the last thing most hunters want is an encounter with a hungry bear. Yet the large predators have an uncanny ability to track down animal carcasses, and a study by researchers with the Interagency Grizzly Bear Study Team m...

Alaska Bowhunter’s Grizzly Could Become New World Record

The Pope and Young Club announced on Monday that a grizzly bear taken in 2011 may be the new world record for the largest grizzly ever harvested by bow and arrow. That bear was killed by Rodney Debias near Unalakleet, Alaska and earned an initial entry...

Newsstand: November 6, 2014

3 weeks agoCanada / Toronto : Torontoist

A photographer in British Columbia hid in the bushes and snapped a photo of a grizzly bear inspecting a camera he had set up on a tripod. It's true what they say?nowadays everyone thinks they are a photographer, even bears. In the news:...Show More Summary

Is This Grizzly Bear Making A Bid For Wildlife Photographer Of The Year?

I’m still trying to decide if this would be a dream come true or a hair raising experience (or both?), but one thing is for certain it’s definitely a once in a lifetime moment. I caught up with Canadian based photographer Jim Lawrence, who was in the right place at the right time when this curious [...]Show More Summary

Mix Tape: Driving for days toward the person you’ve been missing like crazy for months

Requested by Captain Radd • Compiled by Luke 01. alt-J - “Warm Foothills” (This Is All Yours) 02. Grizzly Bear - “All We Ask” (Veckatimest) 03. Bon Iver - “Towers” (Bon Iver) 04. Deerhunter - “Sailing” (Halcyon Digest) 05. The National - “Racing Like a Pro” (Boxer) 06. Show More Summary

Grizzly Bear Tries to Outrun Car, Comes Pretty Close (Video)

I’m not sure why this grizzly bear was running so fast trying to keep up with this car, but I am comfortable assuming it’s because the bear wanted to eat the person taking the video because they took it vertically instead of horizontally. People who do that deserve to be eaten by bears. This isn’t […]

Ghastly Menace – “Closing” (Stereogum Premiere)

3 weeks agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Chicago’s Ghastly Menace specialize in soaring orchestral pop, music that reveals hidden layers the more that you listen to it. They certainly take inspiration from their indie-rock forefathers like Grizzly Bear and Spoon, but they work within a formula that remains appealing and allows the band ample room to experiment and mess around with their [...]

Grizzly Bear’s Ed Droste is Writing a Travelogue for Vogue

Suddenly, Ed Droste, the lead singer of Grizzly Bear, has become a travel writer. For today, the first part… Read More

GRIZZLY VIDEO: All-Out Fight Between 2 VICIOUS Animals Who Use Their BEAR Hands

An intense fight between two bears in New Jersey has appeared in a video of a struggle, which purportedly took place in a neighborhood in Rockland this past August The

Nashville's Gay Rugby Team Gets Wet, Muddy, and Shirtless for New Calendar: PHOTOS

4 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

2015 is 'bearing' down on us in a big way now that the Nashville Grizzlies gay rugby calendar has arrived! One of the team's members, Thomas H., writes us: "The Nashville Grizzlies RFC is a USA Rugby Division III club....

Memphis Grizzlies Honor Baby In Bear Suit At Halfcourt

4 weeks agoSports : Deadspin

During a timeout in the Memphis Grizzlies' opener last night, mascot Grizz brought a baby to halfcourt while The Lion King's "Circle of Life" played. Now "Circle of Life" is playing in your head as you read this. Read more...

Jumbo Glacier Ski Resort Threatens Grizzlies in Southern B.C., Into U.S.: Scientists

Grizzly bears in the Central Purcell Mountains are more vulnerable than shown in 15-year-old research being used by proponents of Jumbo Glacier Resort and, if the resort is built, it could threaten grizzly populations through southern...Show More Summary

Movie Review: The more straightforward Point And Shoot seems, the more deceptive it becomes

What if Grizzly Man had ended differently? What if Timothy Treadwell—who was ultimately killed by the same bears that he loved and pledged his life to protect—had survived the attack, or avoided it altogether? It’s a moot point in the end, as Treadwell’s fate is clearly part of what compelled Werner Herzog to tell his story. Show More Summary

Forest Service Warns of 'Grizzly End' for People Taking Selfies with Bears

U.S. Forest Service officials at a Lake Tahoe nature center are warning intrepid, smartphone-toting visitors not to pose for "selfies" with dangerous bears. "We've had mobs of people that are actually rushing toward the bears trying to get a 'selfie' photo," Lake Tahoe Basin Management spokesperson Lisa Herron told the Reno Gazette-Journal. Show More Summary

Grizzly Bear Steals One Of Those Cameras You Strap To Your Head

last monthSports : Deadspin

Some guy put one of those dumb cameras that people are always strapping to their heads on a bridge in an effort to scope out some bears. Some bears did indeed get scoped, but one of them got the last laugh when he snatched the little camera and took off with it. Read more...

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