¿Qué es un oso?

“One of the questions we ask is, ‘when does a bear quit being a bear?’” said Carl Lackey, a biologist and bear expert with the Nevada Department of Wildlife. “They spend 100 percent of their time in urban areas, feeding on human food. They’re not turning over rocks and eating grubs. They’re not doing things bears should be doing.”

— En Nevada los osos se están urbanizando y adaptando a la ciudad, según RGJ.

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2 Responses to ¿Qué es un oso?

  1. Gabriela says:

    ¿O somos nosotros los que nos estamos adaptando a los osos?
    😉

  2. Nicolás says:

    Hay crisis de identidad en los osos: http://wondermark.com/636/

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