7 people who gave up on civilization to live in the wild - Timothy Treadwell
Courtesy of 'Grizzly Man'
What about Grey Owl, whose interest was beavers. For Brits who donn't knnow, he masqueraded as a native of Canada, though hie roots were in England - Archie something,
As i know they'll kill and eat people too in some cases when there nothing to eat. I mean they're hungry, cant see any food source but you, they'll eat you.
Man has the unique gift of taming animals including some wild animals, but then one never knows when they will attack you! It happens even with people -- you never know when your near and dear ones will turn against you and for what reason at that!
He was a good person, but he was harming the animals by making them non afraid of people, possibly making them come close to people and then the person reporting it a rabid.
that is untrue. he traveled deep into alaska, the animals he interacted with are too far away from people for his presence to be any kind of danger to them.
Actually, your response is untrue. In the documentary, he films tourists going right up to bears and taking photos of them. Therefore, the animals were within a reasonable distance of humans.
bears are not cute and cuddly -- they are predators and you can easily become their prey. this guy was just a bit off the beam....
Yo, Treadwell is my hero. He died living, he should be a hero to everyone. He loved grizzly bears and he died living what he loved to do. Know matter how gruesome it was he is the man and I will ALWAYS remember him. He was a great person..he loved everyone and everything and that is how everyone should be.
Though Treadwell spent every summer with the bears, he spent the other three seasons living with friends. He made hundreds of recordings (for the civilized world) of his interaction with bears and the night they were killed he and Amie were expecting the plane to bring them back out to the world in the morning. Like your notion about Thoreau, this one's a stretch.
they will only kill you if they see you as a threat or you try to provoke them. Not just for sport.
Wrong, if they are hungry they will kill you, if you are by a river sleeping chances are a bear will come and kill you, if you are walking threw the woods and see a bear it will most likely kill you. Bears don't have feelings lol.. they eat meat and we are meat. I live in Alaska and Ive seen my fair share of bear attacks.