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theguyisinthailand: Why is it deer go deep into forests/mountains just before hunting season? Because they seek not to have CONTACT with the worlds greatest hunter (aka 'man'). No ice in July, just think of all the warming that mean old Sun is doing to the Earth.
*What bear doesn't like a free meal? Yogi bear maybe- NO, his MO was to snag a picnic basket from PC non-hunting humans. These bears must have seen those cartoons to know man equals free meal, except those pesky cave/arctic men type who will butcher an intruding bear (they learn not from the deer). Today ya have to hide the body like Moses did to not end up in jail.
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