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Author:  Newsbot [ Wed Nov 28, 2018 10:52 am ]
Post subject:  Woman, 10-month-old daughter killed by bear at remote Yukon

Title: Woman, 10-month-old daughter killed by bear at remote Yukon cabin
Category: Misc CDN
Posted By: Hyack
Date: 2018-11-27 18:47:17
Canadian

Author:  DrCaleb [ Wed Nov 28, 2018 10:52 am ]
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This is life in the Yukon now. :(

If its too warm for bears to hibernate, this will start to happen more often. :cry:

Author:  BeaverFever [ Wed Nov 28, 2018 10:58 am ]
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DrCaleb wrote:
This is life in the Yukon now. :(

If its too warm for bears to hibernate, this will start to happen more often. :cry:


There’s no warming climate, bears are part of the global socialist conspiracy that wants to fool people into believing in climate change for no real reason.

Author:  Tricks [ Wed Nov 28, 2018 11:10 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Re:

BeaverFever wrote:
DrCaleb wrote:
This is life in the Yukon now. :(

If its too warm for bears to hibernate, this will start to happen more often. :cry:


There’s no warming climate, bears are part of the global socialist conspiracy that wants to fool people into believing in climate change for no real reason.

It's because of the earth wobble and the magnetic field.

Author:  bootlegga [ Wed Nov 28, 2018 2:20 pm ]
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DrCaleb wrote:
This is life in the Yukon now. :(

If its too warm for bears to hibernate, this will start to happen more often. :cry:


Sigh, this has nothing to do with climate change, it's obviously tied to Flat Earth and chemtrails...sheesh!

Author:  BartSimpson [ Wed Nov 28, 2018 2:27 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Woman, 10-month-old daughter killed by bear at remote Yukon

This is actually tied to gun control. Bears are not impressed by deeply held moral stands against armed individuals.

The reality in Canada is that in much of your country people need to have large caliber weaponry for the large sized hazards.

Author:  herbie [ Wed Nov 28, 2018 3:50 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Woman, 10-month-old daughter killed by bear at remote Yukon

So he could blow a bigger hole in the bear after it killed his wife and daughter?
What an American response.

Author:  bootlegga [ Wed Nov 28, 2018 3:51 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Woman, 10-month-old daughter killed by bear at remote Yukon

BartSimpson wrote:
This is actually tied to gun control. Bears are not impressed by deeply held moral stands against armed individuals.

The reality in Canada is that in much of your country people need to have large caliber weaponry for the large sized hazards.


It had nothing to do with gun control...

Quote:
Roesholt was away from the cabin on the family's trapline when the attack occurred, Jones said. He came back just before 3 p.m. and was immediately charged by a grizzly bear, about 100 metres from the cabin.

Roesholt managed to shoot the bear, killing it. He then went to the cabin, where he found the bodies of his partner and child outside.

Author:  Freakinoldguy [ Wed Nov 28, 2018 4:53 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Woman, 10-month-old daughter killed by bear at remote Yukon

So, I guess these people should revisit their findings about the time for and how bears "hibernate" because obviously they discounted the only theory that really matters which is Climate Change.

Quote:
It is a common misconception that bears hibernate during the winter. While bears tend to slow down during the winter, they are not true hibernators. Black bears, Grizzly bears and Brown bears do go into a deep sleep during the winter months, known as torpor.

Hibernation is when animals “sleep” through the winter. During this sleep, the animals will not wake up when they hear a loud noise or even if they are moved or touched. While in torpor, the animal can wake up quickly and easily. During true hibernation, the animal’s body temperature drops to match the outside temperature, and their heart rate and rate of breathing slows down. During the bear’s dormant state or torpor, their heart rate is extremely low but their body temperature is relatively high, and they won’t eat or release bodily waste. Animals hibernate as a way to adapt to their surroundings. They have to be able to survive the cold weather. They hibernate to escape the cold and because food is scarce.
To get ready for hibernation, animals will eat more than usual during the fall to store up body fat. During hibernation and torpor, they will use up this extra body fat to live off of while not losing any muscle. This allows the animal to come out of hibernation thinner and still as strong as it was before winter. They will get their dens ready for hibernation during the late fall. The bears of IEAS get ready usually late November depending on when the cold weather hits. The black bears in Bear Orphanage have taken full advantage of the caves we offer, but there are those who still dig a den.

For the bears of IEAS, they react differently during the winter months. All of the bears, grizzlies and blacks, store up during the fall increasing their body fat. The four Grizzly bears will store up during the fall like normal, and once it really cools down (usually late November to mid December depending on the year) they will den up only to come out during the warmer days. When they do come out, it’s only for a short bit, and they are not very active during that time. They are quick to retreat back to their cave.
The black bears slow down and spend most of the time in their dens or caves; however they still snack a little throughout the winter. Dakar and Meyote did become dormant and actually dug their own den during their first winter in Bear Orphanage but have been a little more active during the winter seasons since then. We believe it’s due to the other bears residing in BO. Their first year, it was just the two of them. Now there are 8 bears residing with Dakar and Meyote.


http://www.bigcat.org/news/the-truth-ab ... ibernation

But Ithink I'll wait till NASA and it's acolytes make their minds up about this extremely rare occurrence before I'll say it's going to continue because it's warmer in Darfur this year. [B-o]

Author:  BartSimpson [ Wed Nov 28, 2018 5:21 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Woman, 10-month-old daughter killed by bear at remote Yukon

bootlegga wrote:
It had nothing to do with gun control...


Canada won't let you own a 20mm recoilless rifle. 8)

Author:  Thanos [ Wed Nov 28, 2018 5:32 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Woman, 10-month-old daughter killed by bear at remote Yukon

Bears aren't stupid so even if the woman had her own firearm it's entirely plausible that the bear managed to get close without her knowing and it was too late by the time she saw it. It's apparently not like it broke into the cabin to get them.

Author:  BeaverFever [ Wed Nov 28, 2018 7:12 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Woman, 10-month-old daughter killed by bear at remote Yukon

bootlegga wrote:
BartSimpson wrote:
This is actually tied to gun control. Bears are not impressed by deeply held moral stands against armed individuals.

The reality in Canada is that in much of your country people need to have large caliber weaponry for the large sized hazards.


It had nothing to do with gun control...

Quote:
Roesholt was away from the cabin on the family's trapline when the attack occurred, Jones said. He came back just before 3 p.m. and was immediately charged by a grizzly bear, about 100 metres from the cabin.

Roesholt managed to shoot the bear, killing it. He then went to the cabin, where he found the bodies of his partner and child outside.


Yeah but the 10-month old was unarmed, thanks to the do-goodrr socialists on the left who won’t let her open carry.

Author:  Freakinoldguy [ Thu Nov 29, 2018 12:09 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Woman, 10-month-old daughter killed by bear at remote Yukon

Since we're talking bears I thought this would be appropriate.

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Author:  DrCaleb [ Thu Nov 29, 2018 6:33 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Woman, 10-month-old daughter killed by bear at remote Yukon

Freakinoldguy wrote:
So, I guess these people should revisit their findings about the time for and how bears "hibernate" because obviously they discounted the only theory that really matters which is Climate Change.

But Ithink I'll wait till NASA and it's acolytes make their minds up about this extremely rare occurrence before I'll say it's going to continue because it's warmer in Darfur this year. [B-o]



How about bear facts from the Yukon, instead of Texas?

Quote:
The life of a Grizzly Bear revolves around an intensive search for the most nutrient-rich foods it can find. It will spend October through April in a winter den, before emerging in spring to search for food.


http://www.env.gov.yk.ca/animals-habita ... rizzly.php

Quote:
Nevertheless, seeing a bear during the winter in the Yukon would be a rare sight indeed.


http://www.yukonhiking.ca/article/bear-facts

Author:  llama66 [ Thu Nov 29, 2018 7:12 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Woman, 10-month-old daughter killed by bear at remote Yukon

BartSimpson wrote:
This is actually tied to gun control. Bears are not impressed by deeply held moral stands against armed individuals.

The reality in Canada is that in much of your country people need to have large caliber weaponry for the large sized hazards.

I have a friend that shot a bear with a .50 once. He didn't need to fire a second round.

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