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Mans Best Friend, a 1000 Pound Grizzly Bear

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I wonder what would happen if you gave that bear bath salts..............

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What happens when he hits puberty and starts getting horny, or becomes tired of confinement and yearns for wider spaces?

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Really cool to see, almost makes me want to have a pet bear...

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Have there ever been any serious attempts at domesticating bears?!?

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Have there ever been any serious attempts at domesticating bears?!?

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With the exception of a single pack of dogs, unknown millenia ago, no meat eating animal has ever been domesticated.

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Cats?

And if all domestic dogs are descended from a single pack, wouldn't they be badly inbred?

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That's cool how he just stays there with him even though he's not forced in an area and can leave any time he wants......

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That's cool how he just stays there with him even though he's not forced in an area and can leave any time he wants......

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With the exception of a single pack of dogs, unknown millenia ago, no meat eating animal has ever been domesticated. The investment in food makes it pretty much untenable to achieve.

You can tame any single animal but to domesticate them into a new breed would take generations.

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Bear vs. Zombie (guy on bath salts or pcp) who wins?

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However, some animals are naturally resistant to domestication (ex: cats, zebras). So depending on bears' ability to be domesticated, one could theoretically breed a population of timid, smaller bears that could be trained and cared for like dogs.

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