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Bear Attacks Ten Year Old in Conneticut


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53 minutes ago, mazzgolf said:

I don't know all the laws regarding this, but wouldn't that still be legal today? Or do bears enjoy some special status? I am pretty sure you can kill coyotes, foxes, groundhogs 24/7/365 if you catch them in the act damaging property or attacking livestock.

One would think nothing has changed. I recall the farmer faced criticism for “taking matters into his own hands”, but as he said back then. Nobody offered to volunteer to sit in the barn and take care of the problem. 

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55 minutes ago, mazzgolf said:

I don't know all the laws regarding this, but wouldn't that still be legal today? Or do bears enjoy some special status? I am pretty sure you can kill coyotes, foxes, groundhogs 24/7/365 if you catch them in the act damaging property or attacking livestock.

Legal or not do what has to be done.  I got some outdoor animals (pets and food). Lots of time and money is invested in some of them.  So far no issues with bears and they are all around me. But if the time comes and I’m around whatever is attacking them is getting shot. 

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6 minutes ago, DJ0808 said:

You guys hear about the grizzly that attacked some college wrestlers that were looking for antler sheds in Wyoming?

https://www.espn.com/college-sports/story/_/id/34830108/northwest-college-wrestlers-hospitalized-bear-attack

I know it's not the same as black bear attacks we're discussing, but still scary as hell.

They're unpredictable

https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-2003-dec-14-tm-treadwell50-story.html

“In a civilized and cultivated country, wild animals only continue to exist at all when preserved by sportsmen.” -Theodore Roosevelt

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