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Welcome to the after the show show I doubt bears now the host of fox -- -- -- At that she could.
Someday and that's Casey Anderson he's -- the -- of that gives America the wild and you can see the premiere.
It's going to be this Sunday August 18 at 10 PM eastern time and Pacific on Nat geo wild -- it.
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hair and makeup appointment there actually is shedding her winter coat right now.
It's hot out there some sort of -- that back as the fall comes and she'll be hibernating for six months of the year all bears.
No urinating in a deprecating note eating or drinking it for six months out of stuff you look at the -- here again the Mercury.
Of the I just -- the unofficial lighten it next guest host of FOX & Friends practice Adrian.
Is dictated did you tear in -- trigger questioning her -- of an apples -- -- like yeah it did everything but.
A black -- tends to you know like to eat fruits and vegetables plants knots all kind of things out there up to 80% of its diet.
You're -- -- -- right now you're saying she has an amazing sense of smell some smoke seven times we're gonna -- and it's put that in perspective.
If there was a black -- here.
And -- took the wind was coming up from downtown.
And it was a jar -- peanut butter down there a black bear could smell it there that's how they survive they know where to find these food sources because -- using that super keen nose.
-- in the win in this going back to those food source.
Now we had its share here in case the play Casey did it didn't want to sit.
That do bears sit in chairs they do I think that's what people are so fascinating appears that a lot of -- -- -- that are very human like.
In the wild I'll -- bears like sitting just like this they sit on their button they put their toes like they're doing yoga.
Now that you have a lot of manners and they'll stand up on their hind legs to get a look around to get their nose at the -- in the wind to smell that so when you see that -- after the may look Adrian here.
If she was standing up like a human and.
She's not as big as I thought she was going to be just common misconception you know.
It's an animal to get sensationalized.
It's anathema you know obviously -- -- really like you okay.
And you -- food you can see but but if you come upon a bear black hair brown be any kind of bear in the wild.
How do you approach to bear what do you go to court you don't approach -- getting your general when you see it it has given its basic take it there.
Yeah that's what's ridiculous is that -- say hey there I'm gonna go the other direction even though it -- understand English.
It understands your intentions -- tone in your body language.
-- -- you know last year over there eating -- gonna go this way.
But it works time and time again people come.
In close contact the bears.
Follow that simple rule.
And everything's cool to step back but don't panic and just.
Well that is an awesome question black bears and it's kind of bad misnomer really attack.
We can all the propellers from white.
To what we call cinnamon colored here.
Brown to jet black which are used to -- and so black bear BC -- us -- black.
And what it what is he doing with Adrian while she's in hibernation if she's in captivity yeah so if she -- -- -- -- she got their hibernation like you were mentioning.
The big question though Seattle usually she'll have to either excavated -- finite a whole lot to get up -- side.
Fortunately for Adrian she'll have made against Sweden -- -- Her version of that still have great insulation and how should be checked and every day seeing it -- there should be warm and colorful and food.
Well if you that's the thing is that they don't happen here in the hibernation time and then as spring comes they're gonna be all kind that is available in gray -- as you through it's your question.
Yogi Bear yeah what can ability for -- with a black bear -- he was in Yellowstone are jealous -- -- on Nash OK.
But great lesson -- that always eaten picnic baskets you -- your picnic baskets out Bear's -- can get itself.
Certificate baskets away what's -- that scientific answer for why bears hibernate.
No it's -- it's a survival tactic.
During the winter months there is not enough food to sustain life.
So that is that really cool physiological survivor tactic they dislike you know no food.
To go chill out -- is that I was on the same day terror around the same week that it happens in the -- it's really down.
Kind of the hinges on the weather.
But it's usually seems to be around Halloween and October through you know personal -- would have in the show's season what what's coming up on the show this season I've got everything into round.
Grizzly bears moose vampire bats.
I have mountain lions bighorn sheep and everything to lose them so it's pretty pretty good variety -- -- -- from Alaska to Guatemala vampire -- Vampire bats the other moving north factors.
But the way the climate change and everything they're thinking about to -- -- -- so we can we get vampire bats in Texas in the next decade.
People are -- them you know again most things you fear someone out there to learn and understand more about the vampire -- he literally is all about I -- and a cow pasture that.
Where vampire bats are feeding out cattle I laid there I didn't chance to -- beyond me.
And one and -- of that and I wonder how with climate changing it.
And North America I wonder what that would have what -- happen to their hibernation cycles it's gonna change everything for wildlife you know it's one of those things and.
Why it's happening doesn't really matter it's happening -- animals are adjusting and they're gonna be changing their behavior so what we know about wildlife.
As things change is going to change so it's good to keep up with it.
That's one -- I'm -- American wild and out there kind of given that fresh new look at honesty behavior that's happening where you -- the fantastic show and really know what explains this stuff.
Better go to Google -- know you're welcome -- and the green by six minutes.
Knives and fun and the and the community of so we'll check out your show coming up this Sunday 10 PM and some -- -- got it right can't get on Nat geo wild -- that's right Casey thanks so much good to see you again.
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