Dramatic Photo of a Bear Chasing a Half-Mauled Bison In Yellowstone


A half-mauled bison flees while a grizzly bear gives chase.

Why did the bison cross the road? To get the hell away from the 800-pound grizzly trying to eat him.  A photo of a half-mauled bison being chased down a Yellowstone park road by a large grizzly bear is authentic, according to park officials.


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Top 10 Photos of the Week

Make Like Rabbits 902

Not everything with bunnies is clothed in good intentions

Daylight savings time was originally invented by the watch-making industry to draw attention to time, and by extension, the need to purchase more time pieces. Similarly, cartographers, professional map-makers, were downsized by improvements within the GPS industry to increase our dependency upon portable GPS units. So why is it that all these improvements in clocks and geo-location services has left us even more lost in time and space? (Pics)


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Polar Bear To Be Sold Due to Credit Crisis At Zoo


Knut The Polar Bear

No longer cute, no longer washing powder-white, Knut the celebrity bear has become the latest victim of the credit crunch.

Knut, two years old on Friday, is almost ready to mate – but Berlin Zoo is unable to raise the cash for a new polar bear compound that would give him space to romp around and work off some of his raging hormones. So the zoo, which has made millions out of marketing the once-fluffy bear, is looking for another home.

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Willcom’s Teddy Bear Cellphone


Is that a Teddy Bear phone you are talking on or are you just happy to see me?


The iPhone might best its competitors when it comes to being slick, but I don’t think it stands a chance against Willcom’s Kuma (aka Bear) Phone when it comes to being cute. The Bear features a SIM card slot (I’m not exactly sure where) and functions like a regular cellphone meaning you have to hold it to your face in order to make a call.

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Full Facial Transplant Is One Step Closer

 Full Facial Transplant Is One Step Closer

The bear-attack patient after the successful transplant

A Chinese medical team led by Shuzhong Guo of the Fourth Military Medical University in Xi’an has successfully completed the first transplant to include facial bone in a transplant on a man whose face was slashed by a bear. The Chinese graft included muscles, nerves, blood vessels, cartilage and skin and included an intact salivary gland, another first. Two years after the procedure, the man can eat, drink and speak, thanks to the gradual fusing of transplanted nerves and muscles with what remained of the patient’s own.

This transplant together with the another ground breaking transplant last year by French doctors that removed a huge tumor that had completely infiltrated and disfigured their patient’s face, now sets the stage for a full facial transplant.

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