Ever Wonder What Happens To A Bear's Butt During Hibernation?
The world makes almost no sense.
You probably already know that bears hibernate during the winter months, thanks to cartoons and toilet paper commercials.
But have you ever wondered what happens to bears' BUTTS when they're asleep for months on end?
Apparently these people have:
To avoid soiling themselves while they hibernate, bears actually DO plug their butts (!!!), because nature has no rules apparently.
But instead of plugging UP their butts, the plug — called a tappen or fecal plug — forms internally with what can only be described as pure witchcraft.
Right before hibernation, the bear enjoys a final meal of bark, pinecone, and its own hair.
Hope there's room for two at this feast because I am staaarving.