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world record grizzly

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world record grizzly bear that was killed a few years ago that was tracked down and kill after it had killed and eatn a few ppl

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Paul Carter

Paul Carter

That's a big bear. Glad they got him. Here's a question. If you eat the bear and you taste like what you eat and the bear a humans, would the bear meat taste like human meat? That just popped in my head but maybe I'm overstepping a boundary here.
Alex Bogdan

Alex Bogdan

There is always the saying that goes, bears who have fed on honey and berries taste Bette r than bears that have lived off of a reach rich diet. I'm guessing that hypothetically no it wouldn't have the same taste as humans but the meat may have a more bitter taste due to rich concentrations of iron in the meat.
Alex Bogdan

Alex Bogdan

Meat* rich diet Wtf auto correct.
Alex Bogdan

Alex Bogdan

Needless to say I wouldn't eat it. I'd stuff it and burn the meat. Or I'd make it into a rug so I can step on this potential human killers hide day after day.
Paul Halloran

Paul Halloran

Was not a man killer and is not a world record . Bear was shot dead while looking for salmon in a stream . This story has been blown way out of proportion over the years . The true story was posted in the Anchorage daily news after BS stories started spreading on it .
josh roberson

josh roberson

he may have been shot lookin for a stream but he was a man killer i've seen the pictures when they found the guy
Paul Halloran

Paul Halloran

No Josh , he wasn't . The pictures do not go with that bear . Some idiot posted them with the bear photos and came up with a BS story . Sorry to break the bad news . Look up " The Hichinbrook bear " you will find the real story .
Amy Ross

Amy Ross

I can agree with Paul, looked it up and read it myself. There was never any proof this bear killed anyone.
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