Tuesday, October 25, 2011 9:57:29 PM
madest, I guess you don't know this, but videos can be EDITED. That means when they switch from one camera to another, they don`t always start the second shot exactly when the first shot ended. There could have been 10 or 20 minutes between the shot of the guy shooting the dart and the shot of the bear falling out of the tree.
This is also why movies usually take longer that 2 hours to shoot.
Tuesday, October 25, 2011 2:28:04 PM
Unfortunately, I have to agree with the decision that was made. This is a very sad situation. These animals are carnivores, and frankly, higher in the food chain than us. They have every capability of killing one of us or one of our children. I have to question the sanity of anyone who is willing to risk the life of an innocent human being or child for that matter. In an idealistic world all of these animals would have been tranquilized and placed in a location better suited for them. Sadly, when human life is at stake, this is not always an option.
As mentioned by _kiersten_ the true travesty is the horrible laws and enforcement that allowed this to happen in the first place. But, sometimes hard and difficult decisions must be made.
Tuesday, October 25, 2011 3:49:28 AM
Just because Jack Hanna says tranquilizer guns don't work fast doesn`t make it so. I`m disgusted in this guy. He`s supposed to be one of the good guys but he`s a goddamn anti-environmentalist jagoff. He`s not fit for his job. He spews lies to cover his own misdeeds. Here`s a bear getting shot by a traquilizer dart.
Monday, October 24, 2011 4:42:01 PM
I'm sorry but...killing all the animals was really the only way to take care of that situation. There were 50+ wild animals running around a city. Does anyone realize how much time and resources it would take to tranquilize, locate (because they wouldn`t just drop right where you tranquilize them) and then put them in cages AND take them to a secure location? A very long time, which is not something you have, when once again, 50+ wild animals are on the loose.
On another note however, this all could have also been avoided if people weren`t allowed to just keep wild animals in their backyard. Ohio you so crazy.