> chyba nie wiesz że jestes palantem. Ale my to wiemy.
To do WAS towarzyszu bezmózgowcu:
If you Encounter a Bear:
* Remain calm and avoid sudden movements.
* Give the bear plenty of room, allowing it to continue its activities
undisturbed. Every bear has a zone of danger or personal space -- that is, the
distance within which a bear feels threatened. If it changes its natural
behavior (feeding, foraging or movement) because of your presence, you are too
close. If you stray within that comfort zone, a bear may react aggressively in
the form of a bluff charge, bodily contact, or even an outright attack.
* If you spot a bear and the bear is unaware of you, detour quickly and
* If spotted by a bear, try to get its attention while it is a good distance
away. Help the bear to recognize that you are human, by talking to it in a
normal voice or waving your arms. If a bear cannot tell what you are, it may
come closer or stand on its hind legs to get a better look or smell. A standing
bear is usually curious, not threatening.
* Some bears will bluff their way out of a threatening situation by
charging, then veering off or stopping abruptly at the last second. Bear experts
generally recommend standing still until the bear stops and then slowly backing
* Never run from a bear. Running may elicit a chase from an otherwise
non-aggressive bear, and since they can run faster than 30 mph, you have no
chance of outrunning them.
* Never feed or toss food to a bear.
* Climbing a tree to avoid bears is popular advice but not very practical in
many circumstances. All black bears, all grizzly cubs, and some adult grizzlies
can climb trees. Running to a tree may provoke an otherwise uncertain bear to
* Throw something onto the ground (like a camera) if the bear pursues you,
as it may be distracted by this and allow you to escape.
* If you carry pepper spray, be sure that you have trained with it before
trusting it during an attack.