Changed Grizzly Advice

By | December 2, 2017

In his Hungry Horse News column this week, G. George Ostrom talks about grizzly attacks and tells about some new advice.

Former instructions for surviving a griz attack said if the bear actually got to you, “Lie down in a fetal position with your hands clasped behind your neck.” Some liked that plan because it put the victim in “a perfect position to kiss his fanny goodbye.”

On the new instructions, item 5 says “If attacked, lie flat on the ground with legs spread and hands clasped over the back of the neck.”

Hummm. Anyway, read his full column here.

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