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Bears Fighting, Bears Attack & Camping in Bear Country. TOP 50 BEAR Encounters


Bears Fighting, Bears Attack & Camping in Bear Country. TOP 50 BEAR Encounters

Bears Fighting, Bears Attack & Camping in Bear Country. TOP 50 BEAR Encounters.

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00:00 Bears Fighting & Bears Attack
01:57 Bears and Humans
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Bear Safety Part 1: Bear Behavior & Why Bears Attack

This is intended to provide insights on bear behavior and why bears attack.

In this video I outline some of the differences between brown bears (grizzlies) and black bears. I discuss different types of bear encounters including,
Peaceful Encounters,
Habituated Bears,
Defensive Attacks,
and, Predatory Encounters.

And at the end I provide some advice on how to be prepared for and how to survive a bear attack.

Part 2: How to use Bear Spray
Part 3: Noise Deterrents for Bears

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What to Do in a Bear Attack - Black and Brown Bears | SABRE's Frontiersman

Bear spray is the best option in case of a bear attack, according to experts. Backpacker Magazine's Contributing Editor Ryan Van Duzer shares a few bear safety tips to keep in mind while exploring bear country:

With either species, you can react the same way in a bear encounter (as opposed to a bear attack). Here's what to do:
1. Make yourself look big, and stay together if you're in a group.
2. Make noise by yelling and using instruments such as bear bells.
3. Walk away slowly.
4. Never run - running can change a bear encounter into a bear attack.

If a black bear encounter does escalate into a bear attack, stand your ground and fight back with everything you have.

On the other hand, if a brown (grizzly) bear encounter does escalate into a bear attack, play dead. Brown bears are more likely to aggressively defend themselves when feeling threatened, but once they feel there is no longer a threat, they will likely back away. To play dead in a brown bear attack, lie on the ground and cover your neck.

With either species, bear spray is more effective than a firearm, because bear spray requires less accuracy than a gun. It's difficult to hit a target moving at 50 feet per second with a bullet, but the bear spray's fog delivery helps you cover more ground.

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With jaws powerful enough to crush a bowling ball, The Grizzly Bear is definitely a force of nature that commands respect. Luckily human encounters with them in the wild are rare due to their remote wilderness habitat… However make no mistake, they do happen and being prepared on how to react can mean the difference between life and death.

In this episode of Breaking Trail, Coyote Peterson will show you first hand of what to do and NOT do in the event that you ever stumble upon one of these beautiful animals. He will do this using the aid of a 750lb male Grizzly Bear who is an ambassador for his species; helping people learn more about why these bears need to be respected and admired, not feared.

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11 FEISTIEST Bears Ever

From brown bears, to black bears, to Polar bears … Here are 11 of the feistiest bears ever!

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#4 American Black Bear
Did you know this is the world’s most common species of bear? It’s native to North America, where it’s both the smallest species of bear and the most widely distributed. Although their size can vary by region (and by season) adult males can weigh more than 550 pounds and are able to run at speeds up to 30 mph. They’re also physically powerful and dextrous, able to manipulate open door latches and screw-top jars. American Black Bears are often mentioned as a species more likely to attack humans … and we did find that black bear attacks on humans did outnumber those of the North American brown bear … Although that could be due more to their larger population that to outright aggressiveness. Most of the attacks occurred in national park campgrounds where the animals had become conditioned to the proximity of humans and their food. The most fatal attack happened in 1978 at Canada’s Algonquin Park where a black bear killed three teenagers who were fishing. Overall, documented attacks would often occur where people fed the bears handouts. Something to keep in mind the next time you’re tempted to feed the bears … That handout might cost you your hand!

#3 Sloth Bear
Native to the Indian subcontinent, this creature differs from brown and black bears in a number of ways. It has a lankier build, with shaggier coats that form a mane about its face (not unlike a lion’s mane). That might sound kind of cute, but don’t mistake one for Paddington Bear. This species has long sickle-shaped claws, and is known for being aggressive toward humans. They can weigh upwards of 300 pounds, with a body length exceeding 6 feet. The bars favor termites, and those claws are used to dig through the insects mounds to reach the combs at the bottom. Sucking out the insects with the muzzle, the bears make a sound so loud it can be heard around 180 meters away (590 feet). Typically, they don’t prey on mammals, although they are known to have violent encounters with Bengal tigers. And for still unknown reasons, Asian elephants and rhinos cannot tolerate the bears, and will charge them. As for humans, experts say sloth bears likely view us as potential predators, and have a reputation for unprovoked attacks. In 1957 one of these bears killed 12 people and mutilated another 24 in Mysore. Between 1998 and 2000, there were nearly 140 sloth bear attacks around the central and eastern area of India that resulted in 11 deaths. In 2016 another 3 people were killed at a wildlife sanctuary in western India. Not a bear you’d want to cuddle up with

#2 Asian Black Bear
This medium sized species is a close relation to the American Black Bear … and can be found from the Himalayas to the Russian Far East, to Japan. Larger specimens can weigh more than 400 pounds, and are distinguished by the white V-shaped marking on their chest. Did you know they are one of the world’s most arboreal animals … they spend half of their lives in trees. While they have a wide ranging diet that includes insects, fruits and grains, they’re known to be carnivorous … and have become become feared as livestock predators. The bears are also feared for their attacks on humans, and are more aggressive than their American counterparts. In Kashmir, bear attacks have been on the increase since 2009. And in 2016, Asian black bears made news in Japan when they killed at least four people in separate incidents. Interesting to note that these animals are normally considered quite shy and easily tamed. In Vietnam, they’re even popular as pets!

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We’ve noted several bears with some feisty (if not dangerous) behaviors. But here’s a bear that bears an honorable mention, just because they’re so iconic. Teddy Bears are fashioned after bear cubs , and of course are a classic children’s toy. But did you know that Teddy bears are indirectly based on the American Black Bear? The toys were named after former President Theodore Roosevelt. During a bear hunting trip in Mississippi in 1902, Roosevelt and other in his party captured an American Black Bear. That later inspired a political cartoon of the president with the animal … and that in turn inspired the creation of a small cuddly toy bear cub that was called “Teddy’s Bear”. It was an immediate hit, and the name later morphed into ‘Teddy Bear’. While Teddy Bears aren’t necessarily known for being feisty, their Presidential namesake was sometimes described as such.


What you should do if a bear attacks you

Don't run into a bear unprepared. We asked survival expert Tim Macwelch, author of How To Survive Anything what to if you find yourself face to face with a grizzly.

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167: How he survived a Grizzly Bear attack twice | Todd Orr

Attacked by a Grizzly bear, twice, Todd Orr survived a modern day version of The Revenant. He not only lived through dual brutal attacks from a grizzly mother, but was conscientious enough attempt writing a warning note to hunters before driving himself to the emergency room. The extent of his injuries made this impossible. His survival was not due solely to luck, but to forethought and preparation. It gave him the best chance to walk away from these dire attacks. Orr is a true Spartan and his story will impart valuable lessons on how to face and transcend extraordinary challenges.

1. Chance favors a prepared mind.
2. The will to survive sets the standard for our innate resilience.
3. Bad things have the potential to happen at any time and any place; be ready, but don’t be afraid.

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Top 50 Bear Encounters. Car vs bear accident | Bears swimming and climbing | Bear Food

Top 50 Bear Encounters. Car vs bear accident. Bears swimming and climbing. Bear Food. Enjoy the best compilations with Wolf Attacks of the internet.

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How to Backpack in Bear Country - How to Handle and Prevent Bear Encounters

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Are Black Bears Dangerous? 5 Common Myths

In this video, I discuss the topic of black bears and address 5 common myths as well as facts about black bears, what you can use as protection, what you should do if you encounter a black bear and what you should never do. This information comes from my experience hiking and backpacking over 2,000 miles in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and encountering approximately 30 bears. I also did a ton of research which I've cited my sources below.


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As the saying goes, “There are old bear guides, and there are careless bear guides, but there are no old, careless bear guides!” Guiding bear-viewing expeditions for Nat Hab means being on the ground, surrounded by bears, unarmed, and sometimes within very close of these giant carnivores. Brad Josephs was one of the first guides to pioneer bear viewing on Alaska’s Katmai coast, and he has since led dozens of groups to the region for more than 20 years. Learn how Brad safely brings guests into intimate contact with bears. Perhaps most importantly, Brad believes we can use these same techniques to help us coexist with all bears throughout the world and reduce conflicts between bears and humans.

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