Tuesday, March 02, 2010

There Are No Grizzly Bears In Manitoba

The science is in. There are officially no grizzly bears in the Manitoba Province of Canada. Despite a few inconvenient sightings.

Biologists from the American Museum of Natural History in New York found grizzly bears are increasingly being spotted in the Canadian province of Manitoba, even though they are officially extinct in that particular region. Between 1996 and 2008 there were nine sightings. Last summer alone saw another three bears spotted.
I wonder if they spotted any owls?

1 comment:

Ms. Cris Ericson said...

(1) if NASA thinks the Earth's Axis has shifted from the Chilean earthquake,
will that help my dieting?
I'm as big as one of those extinct bears.

(2) New Federal Regulations to "take" Bald Eagles, a shocking situation, went into effect Nov. 2009, thanks a bunch President Obama (for not writing an executive order to delete the regulations):


(3) the above is a perfect description of how government grows like cancer.
regulations are created by people who were NOT voted into office, they go into effect after a long period of time, by which someone NEW who has been voted into office, is in office and can be "accused" of the horrid situation

bald eagles

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