I am currently traveling across the vast state of Alaska, hunting down and studying aggressive and dangerous bears. Throughout my first few days in here in Alaska I have come to a startaling discovery. It seems as if the black bears near South Central Alaska have little fear of humans. Check this picture out of me standing and talking to a bear.
I had to be a bear whisperer in order to talk these few bears out of eating me. The bears had no fear of me, however the bears had plenty of food and farage in the area so I was not too worried. The bears vast food supply leave me in little danger, as the bears are not hungry. However, if these bears were to be hungry and had little food to eat, then I would be dead meat.
What do you think of these pictures? Do you think many bears have lost there fear of humans after centuries of co-existing with us?