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Mom & Cubs On Hudson Bay (by vmselde)

Hold the fuck on. There’s polar bears in North America? I’m not the best with geometry geography, I did used to think Arkansas was close to California, but I definitely thought polar bears resided in the poles of the world. Like North Pole, South Pole, Polar bears, that just makes logical sense. But Hudson Bay? That’s like just the top of America. These white snow dragons are that close?! Fuck that shit!
I’ll cede, I know nothing about Canada aside from their accents, but it just doesn’t surprise me that they have polar bears up there. Just seems like some Canadian-ass form of border defense. They do still patrol the streets on horses up there, it’s simply not surprising that they probably have a bear army, or bear navy, or bearforce (see what I did there?). Fucking archaic Canadians locking their borders down like professionals with ancient technology. Well, I for one am proud that people can freely flow through our borders devoid of polar bears. It’s just more humane.

theanimalblog:

Mom & Cubs On Hudson Bay (by vmselde)

Hold the fuck on. There’s polar bears in North America? I’m not the best with geometry geography, I did used to think Arkansas was close to California, but I definitely thought polar bears resided in the poles of the world. Like North Pole, South Pole, Polar bears, that just makes logical sense. But Hudson Bay? That’s like just the top of America. These white snow dragons are that close?! Fuck that shit!

I’ll cede, I know nothing about Canada aside from their accents, but it just doesn’t surprise me that they have polar bears up there. Just seems like some Canadian-ass form of border defense. They do still patrol the streets on horses up there, it’s simply not surprising that they probably have a bear army, or bear navy, or bearforce (see what I did there?). Fucking archaic Canadians locking their borders down like professionals with ancient technology. Well, I for one am proud that people can freely flow through our borders devoid of polar bears. It’s just more humane.

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Source: Flickr / vmselde