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About those Polar BearsViews: 1296
Dec 11, 2007 7:48 amAbout those Polar Bears#

Paula Millar
Hello,

Thought it appropriate to tell this story about polar bears.

In Canada near Lake Manitoba there was a professional photographer from National Geographic on a journey to
photograph an area. So he is out on this lake with his huskies pulling his sled. They camp first night with the dogs all tied down. Out of the white horizon comes a polar bear and he approach the camp. The photographer thought his dogs were toast but a really strange thing happen. The polar bear didn't want to eat ... anything. He wanted to play. He rolled on the ice, laid on his back and tummbled with the dogs with out hurting them. He gave many hugs to the dogs. It lasted an entire week. He came everyday toward the evening. I guess he was more loney than hungry and maybe he was loney because he doesn't have a lot of friends left.

Yup, I think we should save the polar bear too.

Paula Mary

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Dec 11, 2007 6:32 pmre: About those Polar Bears#

Dexter Black
I remember seeing pictures to this somewhere also Paula...
So heart warming how nature can be. May we each return the favor.

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Dec 11, 2007 6:35 pmre: About those Polar Bears#

Steve Bralovich
That was a great story Paula..

I'm from Canada too. There are no Polar Bears in London where I live but myself and a few friends have put together a petition to help polar bears at PolarBearPetition.com

Anyone from anywhere can sign it and it will be going out to the Canadian government once we have enough signatures.

There's a link to it on my network and there's blog for it at PolarBearCentral.blogspot.com

There's a free screensaver download there too..

--Steve

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Dec 11, 2007 7:17 pmre: About those Polar Bears#

Craig Sulfarro
Great story. I guess getting back to basics is really where its at. Don't forget the little things in life that make it worth living! A sunset, the sound of nature and kissing and hugging your loved ones.

Best Regards and Success.

Craig Sulfarro
Lean Enterprise Development Specialist

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Dec 11, 2007 7:59 pmre: re: About those Polar Bears#

Paula Millar
Glad you all enjoyed it. I thought it was great too.

Yes, there were pictures and I had an email with them but for the life of me I can't find them right now. I will contact my sister in Amsterdamm and see if she still has a copy.

Steve asolutely at least should have a copy of this.

Paula Mary

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Dec 11, 2007 8:06 pmre: re: re: About those Polar Bears#

Lorilyn Bailey
Here is YouTube video of bears and dogs:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JE-Nyt4Bmi8


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Dec 11, 2007 8:10 pm re: About those Polar Bears#

Steve Bralovich
Sure Paula, thanks.

I'll take a copy of those when you find 'em...

Maybe I can post them on my blog with your permission...

--Steve

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Dec 11, 2007 8:24 pm: re: About those Polar Bears#

Steve Bralovich
Lorilyn:

That's video's really almost exactly what Paula was talking about. Thanks for point me to it. It shows how social and intelligent polar bears really are.

I have my own polar bear video on YouTube I made to promote the blog.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JlQ7m6_VQys

Not as good as the one you're talking about but the best I could do in the absence of any local bears...

--Steve

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Jun 04, 2008 9:16 pmre: About those Polar Bears#

Eduardo R. Montesinos
Amazing!!!

I just want to share with you all a website where everybody can upload videos, pictures, blogs, etc but with the accent in the environment.

Fight the global warming, help polar bears, ...do something, share with all your simple action to change the world:

http://www.greensbetter.com

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