Bear. Playing. Tetherball.
Bear. Playing. Tetherball.
Don’t even try because bears rule.
These bears are good guuuuuuuuuurls. Watch the whole video here.
The heat wave doesn’t have to get you down. Two polar bears at Japan’s Himeji Zoo took to the pool to cool off and relax this summer. They were even treated to fruit served in blocks of ice so yes, they are livin’ the life. Thanks Jessica for the “cool” tip!
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Buck up, Britain.
He’s the hero that Gotham deserves. Via Reddit.
I have 3 million questions about each of these pictures.
I don’t understand what’s happening at all.
As named by the Gunn Report last week. It’s better than any of the lame Super Bowl spots.
Naturalist Casey Anderson adopted a grizzly bear named Brutus and brought him home. Now, the two are best friends, and Brutus has become part of the family.
There’s not much to do up in the Arctic, so most polar bears are actually pretty excellent dancers.
Some bears came out of the woods in New Hampshire to pose by a Romney for President sign. Bear-related Stephen Colbert joke goes here. ALSO: Two bears who are against Barack Obama.
If you are not chilling like a bear, you are probably not chilling anywhere near as effectively as you ought to be. Take a second to learn from the masters.
These poor guys are just trying to cool off from Extreme Summer Meltdown 2012.
It’s probably brutally hot wherever you are. Perhaps watching two preternaturally playful polar bear cubs wrestle in a snowy playground for a few minutes will help cool you down.
He’s going to be in such trouble once his mom rescues him.
Jesus, that is a really nice pool. Too bad it is INFESTED WITH BEARS. (via blogs.discovery.com)
Remember the friendly bears who were waving to you? Well here are elephants that love to wave too!
Bears love to hug each other almost as much as I wish I could hug them. Almost.
“Hi guys, just chillin’.” A bear that wandered into Boulder was tranquilized and fell out of a tree, and a photographer caught it mid-fall. (via gawker.com)
Back in my day, we parked our cars with our feet, like the Flintstones. We didn’t have help from technology. Or cute wild animals.
AK-47s on public transportation. Unexplained naked men in public. And bears, everywhere.
Not literally. Meet Ben, Yogy and Zora, offspring of mighty momma Ursina. These bundles of bouncing baby brown bear were recently born in an animal park in Switzerland.
They are really good noises. (via sayomg.com)
Granted, the competition is slim and none. Still, pretty funny.
Forget baseball: Canseco needs to be leading the EPA.
Watch all these happy bears wave at you. Are you waving back? I hope so, because they are being pretty friendly.