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Date:10/22/2014 5:20:46 PM
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Hi Alex
heard good reviews about the movie and mom wants to see it. years ago their was a movie about about a baby bear whose mom gets killed and how he survives in the wild. it was all from the baby bears perspective. then some bear hunters come and take the baby and tie him up. they aren't mean to him but the baby doesn't know any better. it was the best movie mom ever saw and it has a happy ending. i think it also was called the bear or something similar. maybe this is a remake of the original movie. anyway the grizzly they used to shoot the movie passes away a few years later and the trainer was completely devastated. he said in order to train the big grizzly he spent an average 15 hours a day with the bear just so the bear would stay friendly and the bear had really become a big part of his life. some of the scenes of the big grizzly were amazing.

People who’ve been humbled, it’s said, eat their words.
By the same token, certain birds eat their own feathers, though not because they’ve suffered a defeat.
In fact, some birds consume feathers in order to survive.

The birds in question are grebes, aquatic birds with a diet that consists of insects, crustaceans, and sometimes fish. Grebes are found in most US waters.
But fish-eating grebes like the Horned Grebe and the Red-necked Grebe can’t readily digest the bones inside fish. That’s why they pluck and eat large quantities of their own feathers.The feathers create a filter of sorts within the grebe that traps the bones in the bird’s stomach before they can enter the intestine. Thus trapped, the bones slowly dissolve until they can more easily be passed.

love Boo Boo
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