Pennsylvania man kills 679-pound male black bear at 5 yards with .357 handgun: report (12/40)

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A hungry black bear is caught Chowing down on a box of donuts at a family’s home in Hendersonville, North Carolina.

A Pennsylvania man reportedly killed a 679-pound black bear that was five yards away with a .357 handgun during last weekend’s opening of the state’s four-day bear harvest.

Jordan M. Tutmaher, the man, said the bear emerged near a Christmas tree patch, according to the report. YourErie.com reported. 

A total of 1,241 black bears were killed in the opening day, the report said. The state’s best opening day was in 2011 when 1,936 bears were harvested.

FILE: The Louisiana black bear is one of 16 subspecies of the American black bear. 
(U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)

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  1. My personal opinion and its probably a mistake to tell anyone this and that is anyone who knowingly kills an animal is a murderer and inherantly evil. Humans imho are a virus and nothing more.The point is there are too many on earth.

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Pennsylvania man kills 679-pound male black bear at 5 yards with .357 handgun: report

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A hungry black bear is caught Chowing down on a box of donuts at a family’s home in Hendersonville, North Carolina.

A Pennsylvania man reportedly killed a 679-pound black bear that was five yards away with a .357 handgun during last weekend’s opening of the state’s four-day bear harvest.

Jordan M. Tutmaher, the man, said the bear emerged near a Christmas tree patch, according to the report. YourErie.com reported. 

A total of 1,241 black bears were killed in the opening day, the report said. The state’s best opening day was in 2011 when 1,936 bears were harvested.

FILE: The Louisiana black bear is one of 16 subspecies of the American black bear. 
(U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)

… To Read more, please click here

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