Study: Bears Dangerous No Matter How Drunk You Are

Big Basin, CA- In a breakthrough study that contradicts decades of understanding about the nature of bear-drunkard relations, California State University researchers have concluded that people's drunkenness does not impair the bears' ability to inflict enormous physical harm.

Bears exhibit the potential to inflict serious harm, regardless of the blood-alcohol levels of their victims.
"Our data strongly indicates that human intoxication does not transform a bear into a docile creature that enjoys wrestling," said professor Ryder McCrory, chair of the Wildlife Taunting Department of the prestigious Center For Bullying And Hazing Studies.

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