Bears. Beets. Battlestar Galactica.
You thought you knew about bears...
Don't worry, this quiz is bearable!
"Put the Panic back in Hispanic."
She couldn't bear to be left out.
They bear-ly escaped with their lives.
An Obama-era rule prohibited the hunting of predator animals like bears and wolves in Alaska's national wildlife refuges.
The Obama administration called the practice “a withering attack on bears and wolves.” But state officials say it’s necessary to sustain moose and caribou herds that some Alaskans rely upon for food.
Because 2016 cannot be stopped.
Because we could always use a *little help* being our thoughtful selves. The products in this post were updated in October 2017.
Where's David Attenborough when you need him?
"A bear isn’t a cow’s brother" - Mike Pence, some day, hopefully.
Can you go 10 for 10?
They're pure evil.
Me if I were a bear.
Don't let the leftovers go to waste, right?
Windy city rePRESENT!
It has been scientifically proven that these might be bears.
“I do CrossFit…so yeah, I can catch a pass…”
Fuck winter, I just want to live in this thing.
The most precious thing in your wallet is that Gold Star membership card.
"It was an experience worth the stitches, lemme tell you."
What even, Canada.
A story for all ages (many thanks to The Department of The Interior's Twitter, Explore.org and the mighty BEARCAM).
Don't mess with Jules.
Bear with us.
This week in bears ʕ•ᴥ•ʔ.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials said they had warned the woman repeatedly and were concerned the bears would injure someone.
It's lonely spacecraft and abandoned animals all the way down. I'm so sorry.
Officer Bryce Casavant is now the subject of an online petition.
Someone is bear-y hungry!
Wasn't expecting that outcome!
"He looked at me like, 'Go eff yourself.'"
Do you have what it takes to get out of the woods alive?
Can you spot a fake bear when you see one?
So many emotions. Well, five, to be exact.
Think of the bears. For once in your goddamn life.
Prepare to squee your heart out.
"It's Hagrid as a puppy!"
The deaths of two female bears and two cubs at a trapping site in New Hampshire may lead to a state ban on using chocolate as bait. In large amounts, chocolate is toxic to bears.