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FACE TO FACE WITH A BEAR - Bear Hunting

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The Bear (1/7) Face to Face with the Bear (1988) HD

Tom comes face to face with the bear in this clip from The Bear. Grab The Bear 25th Anniversary Collector's Edition on Blu-ray and DVD at

The Bear is a sheer triumph of cinema in the wild! Notable for its stunning cinematography, minimal dialogue, and outstanding animal performances, director Jean-Jacques Annaud's (Quest For Fire, The Name of the Rose) astonishing tale of wilderness survival has thrilled and charmed audiences and critics all over the world.

Set in 19th-century British Columbia, The Bear follows the story of a young cub and an adult grizzly as they join forces to survive the perils inherent in their mountain habitat. With each passing obstacle, the two bears further develop a friendship that can only make them stronger – but will it be enough for them to overcome their most deadly enemy?

An adventure story with heart and humanity, The Bear remains a breathtaking and powerful experience decades after its original release. Presented here in a special 25th Anniversary Collector's Edition from Shout! Factory, The Bear proves itself a film to celebrate again and again.
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Wild Polar Bear Tries To Break In | BBC Earth

Gordon Buchanan comes face to face with a huge wild polar bear who is keen to get to what smells like a tasty meal.
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11 Reasons Why You NEVER Want to Encounter a Polar Bear!

Want to know the best way to survive a polar bear encounter? — there isn’t one. Behold 11 reasons why you never want to come face to face with a polar bear!

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11. They’re Massive

While an adult average female weighs in at about 570 pounds, when pregnant she can reach weights as heavy as 1,100 pounds, and that’s probably due to the fact that she always carries a growing set of twin cubs inside her. The males typically weigh around 1000 pounds with paws that measure approximately 12 inches across, just large enough to help them tread on the super slick ice.

10. They’re Impressive

The longest recorded nonstop swim endured by one of these powerful beasts was 426 miles over 9 straight days. To put that into a geographical perspective, that's the same distance between Washington D.C. and Boston, Massachusetts.

9. You Won’t Have to Fear Them Forever

If the world continues on its path, we won’t have to fear the polar bear much longer. And it’s not just because their average lifespan in the wild ranges from about 15 to 18 years; rather, they are depleting at an unfortunate rate. Data everywhere designates that polar bears as a species are in jeopardy, whether it be from marine pollution to climate change.

8. They Eat Everything

While their preferred menu item is a blubbery seal, in reality, a polar bear will gobble up anything that crosses its path, such as birds, beluga whales, walruses, and oxen. Since polar bears spend 50% of their time hunting for food, they tend to only catch one out of the ten seals they hunt.

7. They Have a Deadly Sense of Smell

Their nose is a powerhouse, for a polar bear can smell human flesh from miles away. Despite the animal’s brute force and hefty size, it’s been known to be a very agile predator on land in the sea.

6. They’re Threatening

If a polar bear has been forced out of its natural habitat and onto land, outside of their accustomed hunting grounds, they’re very likely confused, panicked, starving and utterly desperate. It’s safe to say that a human encounter when these creatures are in such a pathetic state will most definitely end in human bloodshed.



5. Tour Companies Are Part of the Problem

Tour companies may be responsible for more frequent attacks on humans by polar bears. This assumption arises from tour companies who are responsible for exposing people to the bears, as any kind of up-close interaction only serves to lower the bears’ fear of humans. When tour companies offer access to wild animals, they put humans in danger of mother nature’s wild ways.

4. They Will Most Likely Attack

When a polar bear is seen snorting and hissing while thrusting its massive head forward, it's a sign of aggression. This is a clear indicator that the bear is most likely ready to attack. When the beast puts its ears back behind it, it’s time to run. As more and more polar bears and humans are starting to share the same living areas, attacks will be more frequent, and more people will die from an encounter with the world’s largest bear.

3. They Seem More Aggressive Lately

With more deaths of humans by polar bear, studies would indicate that the aggression of these predators towards people is increasing. This isn’t really the case, it just so happens that humans happen to be encountering them up close more and more, due in part to their natural habitats depleting rapidly.

2. They’re Ruthless

They're not a leading threat to mankind in any way, with less than 20 people killed in the last twenty years in Canada. In 2018, a young man was killed in Sentry Island when he put himself between the bear and his two young children.

1. They are True Apex Predators

Polar bears are dangerous because there are skilled apex predators— that means they are at the very top of the food chain. Cute as they are, the polar bear is easily the great white shark of the north. These beasts can far outrun a human and even knock off one's head with a swift swing of its massive pawed fist. The largest land carnivore on the planet, a polar bear's attitude stems from the fact that their inhospitable environment makes it so that food is scarce and very hard to get. An animal that tops the food chain has very little to fear, and they will ravage any available food source they come across— especially adults, children, and domestic animals.
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???? We're Going On a Bear Hunt ????| BOOK | Kids' Poems and Stories With Michael Rosen

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We're Going on a Bear Hunt Michael Rosen is a 1989 children's picture book written by Michael Rosen and illustrated by Helen Oxenbury.
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Camera
Callum Graham, Ross Lancaster, Charles Ponniah, Iain Ovenden

Graphics & Animation
Martin Allen, Adam Clarke, Lucjan Hirszmajer

Editing
Matt Hawes

Dubbing mixer
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Produced & Directed by
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Producers
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A Lupus Films Production in association with Bear Hunt Films, Walker Productions and Herrick Entertainment for Channel 4 Television. Copyright Bear Hunt Films MMXVI.

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Five children and their dog go out to hunt a bear.
They travel through grass, a river, mud, a forest and a snowstorm before coming face to face with a bear in its cave. This meeting causes panic and the family run home, across all the obstacles, followed by the bear. Finally, the children lock the bear out of the house and all hide under the duvet saying We're not going on a bear hunt again.

We're going on a bear hunt.
We're going to catch a big one.
What a beautiful day!
We're not scared.

We can't go over it.
We can't go under it.
Oh no!
We've got to go through it!

“Chu-chum-chum-chum-chum. Chu-chum-chum-chum-chum.

We're going on a bear hunt.
We’re going to catch a big one.
What a beautiful day!
We’re not scared.

Uh-uh! Grass!
Long wavy grass.
We can't go over it.
We can't go under it.

Oh no!
We’ve got to go through it!

Swishy Swashy!
Swishy Swashy!
Swishy Swashy!

Chu-chum-chum-chum-chum. Chu-chum-chum-chum-chum.

We're going on a bear hunt.
We’re going to catch a big one.
What a beautiful day!
We're not scared.

Uh-uh! A river!
A deep cold river.
We can't go over it.
We can't go under it.
Oh no!
We’ve got to go through it!

Dive in!

Splash splosh!
Splash splosh!
Splash splosh!

Chu-chum-chum-chum-chum. Chu-chum-chum-chum-chum.

We're going on a bear hunt.
We’re going to catch a big one.
What a beautiful day!
We’re not scared.

Uh-uh! Mud!
Thick oozy mud.
We can't go over it.
We can't go under it.

Oh no!
We’ve got to go through it!

Squelch squelch!
Squelch squelch!
Squelch squelch!

Chu-chum-chum-chum-chum. Chu-chum-chum-chum-chum.

We're going on a bear hunt.
We’re going to catch a big one.
What a beautiful day!
We’re not scared.

Uh-uh! A forest!
A big dark forest.
We can't go over it.
We can't go under it.

Oh no!
We’ve got to go through it!

Stumble trip!
Stumble trip!
Stumble trip!

Chu-chum-chum-chum-chum. Chu-chum-chum-chum-chum.

We're going on a bear hunt.
We’re going to catch a big one.
What a beautiful day!
We’re not scared.

Uh-uh! A snowstorm!
A swirling whirling snowstorm.
We can't go over it.
We can't go under it.

Oh no!
We’ve got to go through it!

Hoooo woooo!
Hoooo woooo!
Hoooo woooo!

Chu-chum-chum-chum-chum. Chu-chum-chum-chum-chum.

We're going on a bear hunt.
We’re going to catch a big one.
What a beautiful day!
We’re not scared.

Uh!-uh! A cave!
A narrow gloomy cave!
We can't go over it.
We can't go under it.

Oh no!
We’ve got to go through it!

Tiptoe!
Tiptoe!
Tiptoe!
What’s that?

One shiny wet nose!
Two big furry ears!
Two big googly eyes!
IT'S A BEAR!!!

Quick!
Back through the cave!
Tiptoe! Tiptoe! Tiptoe!

Back through the snowstorm!
Hoooo woooo! Hoooo woooo! Hoooo woooo!

Back through the forest!
Stumble trip! Stumble trip! Stumble trip!

Back through the mud!
Squelch squelch! Squelch squelch! Squelch squelch!

Back through the river!
Dive in!
Splash splosh! Splash splosh! Splash splosh!

Back through the grass!
Swishy swashy! Swishy swashy! Swishy swashy!

Down the road.
Get to our front door.
Open the door.
Up the stairs.

Du-du-du-du-du-du-dup.

Oh no!
We forgot to shut the door.
Back downstairs.

Du-du-du-du-du-du-dup.

Shut the door.
Back upstairs.

Du-du-du-du-du-du-dup.

Along the passage.
Into the bedroom.
Into bed.
Under the covers.
We're not going on a bear hunt again

Who is Michael Rosen?
My first book for children was called Mind Your Own Business and it came out in 1974. Quentin Blake did wonderful drawings for it.

Ever since then, I’ve been doing these things:
Writing books
Writing articles for newspapers and magazines
Going to schools, libraries and theatres and performing the poems in my books
Helping children write poems and stories
Making radio programmes, mostly about words, language or books
Appearing on TV, either reading books, or talking about books
Teaching at universities about children’s literature

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We're Going on a Bear Hunt | Popular Song for Preschoolers | The Kiboomers

The Kiboomers! Grab your binoculars, we're going on a bear hunt! We're Going on a Bear Hunt is a fun action song for kids. It helps introduce prepositions to young children.
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'WE'RE GOING ON A BEAR HUNT SONG LYRICS':

We're going on a bear hunt X2
I've got my binoculars X2
I'm not scared X2

Oh, Look at that tall wavy grass
It's so tall

Can't go over it X2
Can't go under it X2
Just going to have to go through it X2
swish swish swish

We're going on a bear hunt X2
I've got my binoculars X2
I'm not scared X2

Uh oh, there's a big river
Can't go over it X2
Can't go under it X2
Going to have to swim it X2
splash splash splash

We're going on a bear hunt X2
I've got my binoculars X2
I'm not scared X2

Ugh, look at all that mud
so muddy
Can't go over it X2
Can't go under it X2
Going to have to go through it
squish squish squish

We're going on a bear hunt X2
I've got my binoculars X2
I'm not scared X2

Uh oh, what's that
It's a cave
We can't go over it
We can't go under it
Going to have to go into it
step step step

We're going on a bear hunt X2
I've got my binoculars X2
I'm not scared
I'm a little scared

Sure is dark in here
What's that in the corner
I feel 2 big ears X 2
I feel 1 wet nose X 2
I feel 2 sharp teeth X2
I know what that is
It's a bear

Let's get out of here

Let's run out of the cave
step step step

Quickly back through the mud
squish squish squish

Let's cross the river
splash splash splash

Through the tall grass
swish swish swish


Through the yard, up the stairs, into the house, close the door

We're safe

That's a close one

Let's not go bear hunting anymore!

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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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A Grizzly Bear Ripped My Face Off and Now I'm Regrowing My Nose on My Arm | This Morning

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In scenes that could have come straight from Hollywood blockbuster 'The Revenant', 61-year-old Lee Brooke had his face ripped apart by a grizzly bear. The grandfather was approaching an elk he had shot in the mountains of Wyoming when a 30-stone female bear attacked him from behind. One year on, Lee joins This Morning live from New York to tell the incredible story of his mental and physical recovery, as surgeons prepare to reattach his nose, which is currently regrowing...on his arm.

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The Bear Went Over the Mountain | CoComelon Nursery Rhymes & Kids Songs

Oh no! The Baby has lost his favorite stuffy! His best friend the bear will help him find it.
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The bear went over the mountain
The bear went over the mountain
The bear went over the mountain
To see what he could see

And all that he could see
And all that he could see

Was the other side of the mountain
The other side of the mountain
The other side of the mountain
Was all that he could see

The bear went over the river
The bear went over the river
The bear went over the river
To see what he could see

And all that he could see
And all that he could see

Was the other side of the river
The other side of the river
The other side of the river
Was all that he could see

The bear went into the forest
The bear went into the forest
The bear went into the forest
To see what he could see

And all that he could see
And all that he could see

Was the other side of the forest
The other side of the forest
The other side of the forest
Was all that he could see

The bear went back to the treehouse
The bear went back to the treehouse
The bear went back to the treehouse
To see what he could see

And all that he could see
And all that he could see

Was the stuffy right there in the toy box
The stuffy right there in the toy box
The stuffy right there in the toy box
Was all that he could see

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Bear Attack, Man is trying to run away from attacking Bear: GoPro

Bear Attack, Man is trying to run away from attacking Bear: GoPro
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Bear & Man... Face to Face! {ORIGINAL VIDEO}

This is video that I shot while hunting with Ben Cockell at Northern Alberta Outfitters in Ft. Assiniboine, Alberta, Canada. This is THE original video. To use this video in a commercial player, advertising or in broadcasts, please email Viral Spiral: contact@viralspiralgroup.com.

Black Bear Hunting | Face to Face with a Wild Wisconsin Bear While Archery Hunting

Have you ever been face to face with a wild black bear?
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My heart was pounding out of my chest! Just the way I like it!
I'm an adrenaline junkie and this topped all my adrenaline rushes.
I was wearing the Hecs Suit on my 2018 archery Wisconsin black bear hunt, and you won't believe what happened to me.

This black bear climbed up the steps to my stand and got up close and personal.
I drew my bow over and over again and the black bear didn't care I was there.

At first the black bear seemed to be dumb founded, then after the first meeting with me he no longer cared I was there.
The back bear paid no attention to me at all.
It was the closest I've ever been to a wild black bear.

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Florida Bear Hunt Begins With Kill in Lake County

Bryan Smith of Lake County killed one of the first bears during Florida's bear hunt. Smith killed a male bear around 7:50 a.m. on Saturday.

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Polar bear hunting for survival

This polar bear searches 20 miles a day for food on dry land, but they will also swim upto 60 miles.

Watch the full documentary : Face to Face with the Polar Bear
Producers : Saint Thomas Productions, France 2
Directors : Jerome Bouvier

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