Tourists Who Traveled Hundreds Of Miles Say Polar Bear Who Was Shot Got Too Close

Happier times.

(Arctic Circle) A photograph of a polar bear shot by staff of the Cruise ship MS Bremen, which had landed on the Svalbard archipelago between Norway and the North Pole, has gone viral. Tourists on the cruise defended the actions taken to protect them, saying the polar bear in question simply got too close.

“I didn’t come all this way to get eaten by a wild animal.”

They also cited the deceased bear’s provocative actions and territorial aggression.

“Some species display no respect for the personal space of others.”

One particularly upset tourist lamented the photograph of the blood-stained creature on her smartphone.

“If only that polar bear had been less intrusive, it would still be alive today.”

3 Comments on "Tourists Who Traveled Hundreds Of Miles Say Polar Bear Who Was Shot Got Too Close"

  1. This bear aggression has been bruin for some time. Ursa Major problem. A grizzly one at that. The cruise line is just panda ring to humans.

  2. Elizabeth Jones | July 30, 2018 at 3:39 am | Reply

    Please give me a break. Humans did not belong there and if they weren’t where they didn’t belong this beautiful wondrous wild animal, who was in his own territory (his home), would still be alive. SHAME, SHAME, SHAME ON THE PERSON WHO SHOT HIM.

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