April 4, 2012 |
In: Animals, Awesome, Mind Blowing, Video
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Great video. My only complaint is the torture that I endure with the Nickleback preview on a beach. What a buzzkill. I get it, you want us to drink Corona and jam out to Nickleback but I am just going to have to say ni ni.
Is George Clooney filming this??
Dear Chive: FIX your damn audio ads! I've got one tab open, and two (maybe three) ad tracks going in the background, with NO CLUE WHERE THEY'RE COMING FROM!!!!!!!
No thank you! I don't get what they were trying to show…that he was obedient? I think we got that after the first minute. Then for the dude to keep getting up and then laying back down…don't get it.
I like to wrestle beaver
The bear passed away several years ago now but Doug has another grizzly as well as a polar bear, some wolves too. Lives in heber Utah.
[...] Just a man and his grizzly bear playing in the yard Old man plays with grizzly bear : theCHIVE [...]
bobs posts suck
Doug Sous and Bart the bear. From midway, Utah. Very nice guy, and world renown bear trainer.
dumbass gonna get eaten
30 second commercials make me want to just…skip.
"just a man" and his "grizzly". Try BART THE BEAR and his trainer DOUG SEUS. Any time you saw a Grizzly in a movie between 1977 and 2000 it was Bart accompanied by Doug. C'mon!
I want a bear hug..
Thats Bart the Bear, from "The Bear", "Legends of the Fall", "The Edge", and "The Great Outdoors"
In my opinion this bear is the "smaller" Grizzly Bear(Ursus arctos horribilis) and is the namesake of Bart the Kodiak Bear(Ursus arctos middendorffi) who appeared in films from 1980 until his death in 2001. Bart the elder was nine and half feet tall and weighed 3/4 of a ton this bear seems smaller, but I could be wrong. In 2001 the documentary "Growing up Grizzly" told the story of Bart and his owner Doug Seus, the "old man" in this video. Doug has been working with and training bears and other wildlife for work in entertainment for over 4 decades. While this may look like a person being reckless with a massive carnivore it is really an exercise in trust and shows the bond between the bear and his trainer. One thing to notice is that Doug is constantly putting his hand into the bears mouth, that is a method that Doug uses to maintain dominance in the situation. My point is that this man is in every regard an expert in his field, as opposed to Timothy Treadwell, an ignorant former drug addict who thought wild grizzly bears were his trusted friends and wound up on the wrong side of the odds of being eaten by a bear. thank you. sources include wikipedia.org
I wonder what they were filming for?
Wait… Which one is the pet again?
It is Doug and Bart.
This grizzly has been in SO MANY films. Bart is his name. He's been in Legends of the Fall, The Edge, The Great Outdoors, The Bear, Clan of the Cave Bear and so many others I can't think of them all.
put a skip over ad button. Thats what made me stop going to other websites! KCCO
No thank you I choose life
stop playing with your food Yogi!!!!
He is the the bear and the man is the person who plays brad pitt dyin in the very end of legends of the fall. This guy has devoted his life to bears. Pretty damn cool. Crazy but cool
[...] Besides the whole getting mauled thing, would be one cool friggin pet to have: Just a man and his grizzly bear playing in the yard. [...]
He must not love bears as much as Timothy Treadwell. Treadwell loved them so much he became bear shit.
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