(Got this via e-mail)
Someone told me that the reason Kodiak bears are so large is that the island
climate is never really cold enough to make the bears hibernate, so they
continue to eat and grow all year long without the Annual Anorexic Reduction
Period or "AARP" as some of our geriatric population calls it.
So many bears in one place…
Date: Sunday, September 21, 2008, 8:43 PM. This picture is from a geologist
on Kodiak, Alaska. He took the picture from a plane while en route to a job
site. These bears are feeding on a whale carcass. He said there were at
least as many on the hills outside of the picture.
I voted for my "FREEDOM", "GUNS", and "MONEY" - keep the change - UNK.
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