A polar bear that wandered into a remote Alaskan village killed a woman and a boy on Tuesday.
Alaska State Troopers reported a massive bear was chasing residents in a remote village in Wales, Alaska, before the polar bear attacked the woman and boy.
Shortly after the bear killed the woman and child, a local resident shot the bear with his gun.
Alaska State Police said “Troopers and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game are working to travel to Wales as weather conditions permit.”
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The victims of the tragic attack have not yet been identified to the public, as the next of kin of the victims have not yet been informed.
According to the US Census, the small village in Wales has only 168 residents and this is the first polar bear attack the village has ever had.
The attack was reported Tuesday afternoon in Wales, on the western tip of the Seward Peninsula. https://t.co/vGTAyOq82Y
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Polar bear attacks are extremely rare.
According to the Wildlife Society, there were only 74 polar bear attacks from 1869-2014, and most attacks were from captive polar bears.
As Gateway Pundit reported in 2011.
A report was released in June 2009 after Democrats passed their junk sciencecap and trade legislation and it was suppressed, which showed that polar bear numbers, while not declining, are still higher than they were 30 years ago.
Actually, it’s time for a cull.
Polar bear numbers in Canada have increased in recent years in 11 of 13 regions.
Polar bear encounters in the North Slope oil fields have reached record levels in the past two years (as of 2011).
There are 5 times more polar bears today than there were 50 years ago:
In December 2010 the Obama administration acknowledged that polar bears are not endangered but are a “threatened” species due to non-existence.
global temperature Climate change.
Despite the fact that bear populations are increasing, the Obama administration recently set aside 187,000 square miles in Alaska as “critical habitat” for polar bears. An act that restricts future drilling for oil and gas development.
Now, to top it all off, we find out that the scientists who first reported on the drowned polar bears are investigating and making up the story.
As TGP originally reported in 2011 – it’s time for a cull, wouldn’t you say?