Michio Hoshino, a photographer known for his pictures of bears and other wildlife, was mauled to death by a brown bear on the Kamchatka Peninsula in eastern Russia. He was in his mid-40’s and lived in Fairbanks, Alaska.
This is the last photo he took.
Which surprises no-one.
Update, ah, so it turns out this is an oldie. Still not sure I buy that guy on Reddit who says the body is from a cariboo, but I’m certainly no photoshop expert.
Here, have the extra-tasteless Timothy Treadwell Soundboard and remix the audio of his death by grizzly instead.
Yeah, before I read any of the text in the post I was like, Oh, this must be from Timothy Treadwell’s long lost camera.
The photo looks so fake, anyway. Bear not touching the tent? How polite of him.
I’d like to know the story of whoever got the pic of that bear. He looks pissed.
Chased one of the links to a snopes message board, where I found a link to this:
That dates the ‘shop to 2008, but from the comments on Snopes and Reddit, this pic actually dates to 2006. Mind you, it WOULD be like a Worth1000er to submit it as her own.
rain– So you’re saying that it’s just another pissed off fairy morph? =)
I was just over at Metro’s blog talking about Trannie Fairies, and now here we are again. Everything IS connected!
Is that what you’re telling people? No wonder my hits have gone up.
Actually it was “transitional fossils”–Which admittedly in RC’s neighbourhood means much the same thing.
Exactly my point!