Thursday, February 1, 2007

Real Bears Would Kill Real Colts

WASHINGTON, D.C. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – The Indianapolis Colts are favored to beat the Chicago Bears in Super Bowl XLI (Feb. 4), but, in real life, the bears would easily win any paw-to-hoof encounter.

That’s the zoo news from the animal experts at the World Wildlife Fund, who say that the bears have an overwhelming advantage in power and strength and would probably claw the colts in a fight.

That is, if they can get close to the colts, which can gallop up to 50 mph.

Although the bears can run up to 35 mph if necessary, World Wildlife Fund CEO Carter Roberts admits there is another factor that could affect the outcome of any colts-bear bash in nature.

As he puts it, “There’s always a chance that a bear wouldn’t come out of hibernation, which would cause them to forfeit any match.”

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