Natural Selection

Bear A swims 500 miles after a seal, suffers a heart attack and dies when a rent seeking researcher flies a helicopter 20 feet overhead.

Bear B stays on the land and forages for berries. He eats a researcher who wanders too close.

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5 Responses to Natural Selection

  1. Grumpy Grampy ;) says:

    Bear B took out the greatest threat to Polar Bears!

  2. huishi says:

    Are you saying polar bears can swim?
    :)

  3. Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

    And what about the bears that get shot with the tranquilizer gun of a researcher, then runs into the water in fear trying to get away, then drowns because it goes unconscious from the tranquilizer.

  4. omnologos says:

    I understand conservation rules will be changes so that “Bear B” will no longer be classified as a “polar bear” thereby dramatically reducing the numbers in the wild and helping keeping the species endangered no matters what.

  5. gator69 says:

    Bears C, D & E are actually chunks of ice that a trained biologist thinks are dead polar bears, or an opportunity, or something.

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