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Bear with mysterious "blue head" spotted


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A black bear with a mysterious blue shade on its head was spotted by Aaron Smith on September 1st, 2015 after he spotted it while driving on Highway 7 in Mission, British Columbia, Canada.

https://uk.news.yaho...-103301539.html

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When I was a kid, and going to Scout camp, they had a brown bear that had a bright red head... At first they thought he was some genetic oddity, then they

discovered that he had bitten into a full can of red spray paint...

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Hes been poking his head in something full of paint or dye

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That is no normal bear, that is El Oro de el Norte, the masked vigilante bear of justice.

Be wary hunters he is coming for you.

If you bing that name you will get a surprising number of Spanish language songs encompassing most of the elements of his name.

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I wonder how long he's been holding his breath.

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He encountered A Shiny Pokemon!

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Perhaps he was purposely marked by the DNR or something? I read somewhere that sometimes certain animals are marked with dye in order to track them for some reason or another.

Still..kind of cool to see something like that.

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If he could sing. he might sing this:

Walking through the city

Without eying anyone ..

Don't want their vibes through my skin

The hair on my back rises

Silently it wins..

Now, I'm feeling everything

Yeah, it's funny how the pain goes away

But, it's comin' back another day

Yeah, it's slowly creepin' up

See, I haven't felt a thing within

Then wake up in this mood again

All the new ideas are gone

Is it true .
I'm blue all over again

From pointing at myself

Is it true now that it's over

I should have checked myself instead

... Checked myself instead

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Wow! Mysterious wildlife recorded in the pacific northwest and the camera was more-or-less in focus, the images clear, and the camera wasn't bouncing around all over the landscape. So it can done!

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if you look carefully the bear also has blue on his front left paw.

My guess is he's been looking for food and poked his head and paw in some blue powdery type substance. Paint is another candidate but if I was to have a guess it's likely more of a powder substance otherwise it would not look so shiny (mixed with his natural fur).

So can anyone suggest any blue powdery substances that could be to blame?

OR....maybe he tried to eat a blue toner cartridge or better still maybe he robbed a bank and the bounty was booby trapped.

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I hope nobody spray painted the poor bear's head.

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She's a Mama Smurf Bear. :clap: :clap: :w00t: :w00t: :w00t: :w00t:

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she's a mother as we can see.i guess she got help from researchers because of some injury.

The blue head is because of the "disinfection-spray"!!!

This spray is blue.but this will disappear after a while and soon her fur is normal brown/black again

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Perhaps a type of mold. Or from collecting fish that died from an excess of blue algae bloom?

Ahhh, maybe she is into punk!

I had a mutant or transgender cardinal visiting my feeder for two years. She/he/it had a white tuft tipped with pink.

(click on the photo to enlarge.)

Perhaps a type of mold. Or from collecting fish that died from an excess of blue algae bloom?

Ahhh, maybe she is into punk!

I had a mutant or transgender cardinal visiting my feeder for two years. She/he/it had a white tuft tipped with pink.

(click on the photo to enlarge.)

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