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#1 Posted on 9.10.03 0922.04
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It seems like all of a sudden there is something of a rash of stories about people who like to play with very dangerous animals having this turn bad on them (msnbc.com)

In this case a "bear activist" who loved to get up close and personal with Grizzly Bears got more well acquainted with one then he ever imagined he would.
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#2 Posted on 9.10.03 0950.17
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Dang. That wouldn't be a fun way to go at all. Bears are scary, scary animals if one ever got mad--in terms of strength and killing ability a bear is actually much more dangerous than any of the predatory wild cats out there. Reading the link Spf provided, it looks like they were watching this bear not knowing that it's cub was around, bear felt threatened and attacked based on its instincts.
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