I can ‘bearly’ contain myself

No, really. This is pretty cool.
(lol)

Never Yet Melted: The perfectly preserved remains of an Ice Age cave bear have been discovered in the Russian Arctic — the first example of the species ever to be found with soft tissues intact.

The astonishing find was made by reindeer herders on the Lyakhovsky Islands, which are part of the New Siberian islands archipelago in Russia’s Far North. more

13 Comments on I can ‘bearly’ contain myself

  1. My Petey B is looking into cyrogenics so that after I straddle that big rainbow bareback into the sky for the last time, he can freeze my unbleached elastic starfish!

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  2. You know, cave bears produced the first cave paintings by humans that had sound bubbles. “AAAAAUUUUGGGHHH!!!!!” Is what they wrote in a vast majority of the Lascaux cave paintings.

    Might….. might wanna’ rethink the whole cloning deal.

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  3. In related news San Fran Nasty Nazi Nan told reporters that scientists had discovered the remains of her first pet in the Artic permafrost.

    Come to think of it Artic permafrost describes Nans face perfectly.

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  4. Cisco Kid
    SEPTEMBER 17, 2020 AT 6:23 AM
    “In related news San Fran Nasty Nazi Nan told reporters that scientists had discovered the remains of her first pet in the Artic permafrost.”

    …new contest suggestion: “What’s the name of Nancy’s first pet”?

    I would suggest she called it “Slave”, because that’s how she treats anything that isn’t her.

    …althogh I’m really not sure if a paramecium will come if you call it…

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  5. It doesn’t look like a bear to me. I think we finally know what they did with Joe Stalin’s corpse. Nobody was supposed to find it.

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  6. it was a grizzly discovery!

    trouble’s a-bruin!

    a Kodiak Moment if there ever was one.

    these jokes were Oso easy

    I’m here all week folks!

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