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Posted: 08/03/12 05:15pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Tell you what....this is a nice story.


http://youtu.be/UD4npZ8tqws



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Posted: 08/03/12 05:27pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Yes, a nice story. Thanks for sharing.


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big time BS

They caused it!!!

hmm why the covered face!

With that srceaming, mom would of been there.

I could go on, but I am none violent.

touch my cub or my cub in distress....I come to the rescue...unless another one of you humans hurt or killed me.

I would love to swear,BUT!
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oh ya

A wide angle lenses cut down to 1/8 picture.

hmmmmm whatcha hidin!


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This footage looked pretty genuine -- they did not portray themselves as big heroes. I wish there were some shots of the bear getting out of the water.


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ummm... it was probably filmed with an iphone sideways which caused the narrow frame. The guy DID NOT cause it. The bear was in a whirlpool, that is why he kept going in a big circle around the boat. Mama bear stuck around for a bit, and then left, she probably realized she couldn't do anything. The video cuts out before the end, but the cub swam to shore after the men pushed it out of the current. Mama bear came and got it when it reached shore....


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Clicky for newspaper story...

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