Thread subject: Mountain Lion and Bear Cub on the Carmans River
||05/22/10 05:34 pm
||Okay so I lied, I had to use a catchy title to get you to watch this video, sorry:
||05/22/10 06:48 pm
||Thanks terryo...I not saying anything till more
people watch the video :)
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||05/23/10 02:37 am
||Which bridge did they cross? Or did they take the ferry? I'm not sure who I was rooting for. Our perspectives on animal life are colored by sympathy and empathy - maybe for the prey, although humans are most often the carnivores. Certainly held my attention, partly in awe of whoever captured this video (the thought that it was skillful animation also crossed my mind).
||05/23/10 04:53 am
||Amazing how they film these things! Thanks!
||05/23/10 05:32 am
||Riveting !!! thanks Terry
||05/23/10 04:18 pm
||hand me the friggin tissues!
||05/23/10 04:47 pm
||I was the same Mickey !!!! Someone has told me that this is a full length movie which he saw as a lad (he is only in his twenties now) and he remembers a beehive falling on Mum bear and an animated sequence of the cub's dreams. If anyone has any info on the film I would like to know please.
||05/23/10 05:05 pm
||There are a few links to info here Pam.
||05/24/10 04:14 am
||Thanks Anne, I will have a sort through later today.
||05/25/10 01:12 pm
||I saw that movie many moons ago and loved it. So heart warming. Here's some info on Bart the Bear, Little Bart, and Doug and Lynne Seus who trained and loved these bears like family.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bart_the_Bear#Filmography