47 Kamchatka Bears

Kamchatka Bears

Posted on December 13, 2007 by

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Some people say bears wander around the Russian cities begging for food, especially during winter. Of course that’s not true, bears don’t walk in the cities, but in some Russian areas one can wander around and don’t touch people.

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47 responses to “Kamchatka Bears”

  1. lunarPower says:

    very cute bears, but do they ever bite?

  2. Steelbud says:

    These are small. You don’t want to meet a grown one.

  3. Red Robot says:

    I want to go and play with the bears!!!

  4. vladimir fickdusiemir says:



  5. LiraNuna says:

    Those are so lovely photos!
    I wish there were more…

  6. John from Kansas says:

    Aww, aren’t they cute?

  7. man and beast, together in harmony 😉

  8. Richard S. says:

    A couple from Canmore Alberta lived with these bears. They were very tame. As long as mankind does not invade their (the bear’s) territory the bears should be harmless…


    • Pacific NW says:

      Or if they’re hungry or diseased, they may attack. I’ve often heard that black bears are more dangerous, even though they’re smaller, because they’re more likely to have trouble finding food. A couple of years ago a friend of mine who was living up above the artic circle told me the story of a dog sledder who came across a Grizzly bear who’d prematurely emerged from hibernation. As the team went by, the bear attacked, killing all of the dogs. The dog sledder ‘bearly’ got away with his life.

  9. snuggles says:

    I agree.

  10. Mister Twister, former minister says:

    That is absolutely beautiful.

  11. Groundskeeper Willie says:

    It’s awrite. Those bears thankfully only attack Americans, ken.

  12. jellicoe says:

    @Groundskeeper Willie

    lol…all the way to the bank…but smelly yarpies are tastier…

  13. Boris Abramov says:

    Wonderful creatures

  14. JohnP says:

    Better they don’t taste human flesh, or else…

  15. jeanette says:

    cute bears! 🙂

  16. Visitor says:

    These are great photos. Politics and other issues aside . . . sometimes I think I’d like to live in Russia (maybe several months out of the year) just to enjoy the vast openness and magnificent scenery.

  17. lone survivor says:

    I don’t know what happened to my buddy. We had a few drinks at the camp, and right before I passed out I heard him say, “I’m going to bet the pears.”

  18. Hice says:

    In America trust until now, that bears for us walk on cities!

  19. joe from newfoundland says:

    That is something else…..I too sure would like to visit Russia and see the out back areas.
    Really good pic’s Thanks!

  20. Marvin says:

    I think mummy bear said to the baby bears ” Go find some people, and bring them to me, I like the gamey tang of human flesh “

  21. onitake says:

    awwww cuddly-wuddly teddies! :3

  22. Tim says:

    those aren’t bears! they are just unshaven russian children

  23. John from Kansas says:

    So much for compassion.

  24. photoshop says:

    I look at the beats and think “fur coat”.

  25. John from Kansas says:

    Well so much for compassion.

  26. Visitor says:

    I still think the first photo is cool. It’s as if the little bear is standing there thinking, “Why should I wade out there and try to swipe fish from the water, when my fishing partner here will reel them in for me?”

    I wonder if he’s any help cleaning up around the camp?

  27. John says:

    Don’t hold back. Let’s hear how you really feel about him! 😉

  28. sinkei says:

    Do not bears attack it why?
    Did you breed at child’s bear?

  29. million says:

    very very very very cuuuuuute!!

    I haven’t seen it before like this picture.

    How cute bears are!

    I almost be killed by those pictures lol.

  30. noozhnik says:

    These bears were raised from cubs by that man with the white hair, who is Canadian and received permission from the Russian government biologists to live in kamchatka and take care of them after their mother was killed by poachers. So they are not exactly “wild” as they have grown up next to him. There was a show about him and his wife on the American discovery channel.

  31. Shooroop says:

    Like the nice bears)))))

  32. […] East. Eastern parts of Russia is in exact what we need to start to dig out an information: Siberia, bears, mugs drinking vodka all day long. Very touching […]

  33. ALPECO says:

    noozhnik IS right , and all the bear were shot death by hunters in the end

  34. HuntingWolf says:

    Wow! I live in the south of Russia and couple of times I met bears in the mountain forests. They ran away as the saw me, but I don’t recommend anyone to approach them as you never know when the “mishka” ate last time :))

  35. Dave Whendel says:

    LOL this was really cute pictures!

  36. David Levy says:

    We should feed miss India to them but thell proably just get diareiah from the curry and rotten ghe.

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