An eighteen-foot grizzly bear figures out that humans make for a tasty treat. As a park ranger tries rallying his men to bring about the bear's capture or destruction, his efforts are thwarted by the introduction of dozens of drunken hunters into the area.Written by
Brian J. Wright <firstname.lastname@example.org>
1. Park rangers in charge of tagging and catogorizing animals are some times careless enough to let 15 foot, 2,000 pound grizzlys slip by them.
2. When out hunting for a killer grizzly, it is unwise to have your partner go off looking for it while you stay behind by yourself to bathe in the river. (Remember, just because you haven't found it yet dosen't mean it's nowhere around.)
3. There are hunters out there foolish enough, when they know they are searching for a killer grizzly, to all fall asleep at the same time, rather than sleeping in shifts.
4. Killer grizzlys prefer the taste of female victims. (The first four victims here are all female, and only one male victim is actually eaten.)
5. If you live in a house at the edge of the woods, it is a good idea to have a radio, or at least keep in contact with sourounding civilization, just in case a killer grizzly should enter the woods. If such a thing does happen, you want to leave your house and go stay at a hotel in town until the thing is dead. DO NOT stay in your home until it finds you and any family members living with you.
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