Teddy Bear Picnic Goes Horriby Wrong

by JGordon on Nov. 25th, 2009

If you go out in the woods today: You're sure of a big surprise.
If you go out in the woods today: You're sure of a big surprise.Courtesy tim ellis
Turns out that teddy bear picnics involve more bloody mauling than songs would suggest.

Also, I'd like it if there are any bear experts that could confirm this for me, but I'm fairly certain that brown bears don't have "eight-inch fangs." The tyrannosaurus rex, after all, with the largest teeth of any carnivorous dinosaur, had teeth 12 inches long, and that includes the root. The T. rex also had a 5-foot-long skull, however, so there was more room for ridiculously long teeth—a large bear skull might be a foot and a half long.

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