May 16, 2006

It's like 10,000 spoons....

TORONTO ? A DNA test has confirmed what zoologists, hunters and aboriginal trackers in the far northern reaches of Canada have dreamed of for years: the first documented case of a grizzly-polar bear in the wild.

Roger Kuptana, an Inuit tracker from the Northwest Territories, suspected the American hunter he was guiding had shot a hybrid bear after noticing its white fur was spotted brown and it had the long claws and slightly humped back of a grizzly.

It's coming right for us!! blam blam. blam.

7 Comments:

At 17.5.06, Blogger Smartypants said...

Aw. I read about this.

A mixed marriage.

 
At 17.5.06, Blogger sarah said...

so sad that we found out about it after we shot it.

 
At 17.5.06, Anonymous Adorable Girlfriend said...

And all I needed was a knife.

Dood, that is messed up! Can we get a comment from UC on this fashizzle?

 
At 17.5.06, Blogger Chuckles said...

How are we going to prevent a human/grizzly-polar bear hybrid from becoming the next president?

 
At 18.5.06, Blogger mdhatter said...

seems we have, chuckles

 
At 19.5.06, Blogger teh l4m3 said...

Ah, but there is another...

 
At 19.5.06, Anonymous Adorable Girlfriend said...

Lol!

 

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