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If you meet a bear in the woods do you...?
I've heard that if you meet a bear in the woods the best thing is to play dead or run down hill (not climb a tree or run on even ground). But what if the bear already sees that you're alive? Does it still work to flop on the ground and suddenly pretend dead?
Depends on the type of bear and the circumstances, Black bears , generally will avoid you , even if they are with cub. dont get between them though. Having been there , the best thing is to announce yourself . Make some noise . Grizz, and polar bears ;a whole different experience, Make noise ahead of them! In other words carry a bell. and bear spray. They are unpredictable.
by wytegarillaz7 years ago
If we camp in the national parks across America are we safe from bears ??!!
by Kim Kennedy7 months ago
Why do people hunt bears?I can understand hunting for food to live. Hunting for sport is different. Where does bear hunting come into this?
by Benji Mester7 months ago
Guess it probably depends on the girl, but there's no harm in asking
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