A Gang Of PO’d Polar Bears Are Holding A Town Hostage

Daily Caller A large group of aggressive polar bears are holding 600 people hostage in a small coastal town in Russia after feasting on the dead carcasses of a nearby colony of walruses.Local officials believe the polar bears, a specie known for its intelligence, forced hundreds of walruses to jump off 125ft cliffs to their deaths. Twenty of the bears are now surrounding the coastal area of Ryrkaypiy.“Around 20 polar bears remain practically next to the village,” Viktor Nikiforov, the head of WWF project Polar Bear Patrol, told reporters Thursday. “This autumn the situation is alarming.”The colony of 5,000 walruses migrated from the area, but several of the polar bears stayed behind to investigate the village — one of the cubs managed to break into one of the houses.Locals are patrolling the area and scaring the approaching bears away from homes, Nikiforov said.Polar bear’s biggest traditional enemy were humans who over-hunted them for fur and other body parts, but in the last few decades, international efforts to restrict hunting and trading bears parts have replenished once diminished populations.There are significantly more polar bears today than there were four decades ago, despite the animal being listed under the Endangered Species act in 2008 over fears global warming would destroy its Arctic habitat.Official estimates the total number of bears between 20,000 and 25,000, which is a “qualified guess.” The actual number is likely higher.

You think you’re doing fine think you’re doing good and then wham you’re being held hostage by a gang of polar bear with very long memories.

Polar bear’s biggest traditional enemy were humans who over-hunted them for fur and other body parts, but in the last few decades, international efforts to restrict hunting and trading bears parts have replenished once diminished populations.There are significantly more polar bears today than there were four decades ago, despite the animal being listed under the Endangered Species act in 2008 over fears global warming would destroy its Arctic habitat.Official estimates the total number of bears between 20,000 and 25,000, which is a “qualified guess.” The actual number is likely higher.

You’d like to think that when you stopped killing polar bears 40 years ago that you’d be fine. You’d like to think that your future children would be fine. But you’d be wrong. These polar bears never forgot the atrocities that were handed out to their ancestors and now they’re looking for blood. Obviously the bears have been planning this for years. Just waiting for the perfect moment, waiting for the perfect amount of dead walrus carcasses, which they forced off a cliff to entrap the people of the village. They don’t care that the people that they are ruling over weren’t probably responsible for what happened in the past. This is about who has the power and right now all the power belongs to about 20 polar bears that are eating all the juicy walrus they can eat while they strike fear into a whole town. Just daring anyone to try them. I would doubt that this is a Bane type situation where the polar bears said “Ryrkaypiy is yours. None shall interfere. Do as you please.” It was probably more like “if you try and run you will get eaten because we are bears and are much much faster than you. In fact, that might happen anyways.” Polar bears don’t have time for nuclear revolution. They’re much more straight to the point. Everyone knows this.

PS- Maybe someone was on to something

PPS- You knew this was coming or at least you should have

@2ndSatSports

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

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