Waving Bear

Waving Bear

Updated Dec 18, 2011 at 12:56AM EST by EpicFaceJJ.

Added Dec 17, 2011 at 02:29AM EST by EpicFaceJJ.

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This bear was featured on RayWilliamJohnson’s (youtube) channel making it more popular.

Origional video is called “Polite Bear Waves Hello – a waving bear”

The youtube video recently got popular when raywilliamjohnson aired it in an episode of =3 called “Fat Ray”

The video was posted June 28th, 2010.

There is another video of the same thing but it is a kodiak bear.

The kodiak bear was uploaded by 360pisces on January 23rd 2011

Also, was aired on good day new york.

(WXIA) -- A bear at a wildlife sanctuary sits behind its fence as car after car goes by. When one car stopped to wave at the bear and say hi, what did the bear do? Wave back!

The YouTube video of the bear has been online since June 2010, but it has now gone viral, racking up thousands of views over the past few days.

According to a report from the Huffington Post, the bear lives at the Olympic Game Farm in Sequim, Washington -- the home of animals that starred in Disney’s nature films in the 1960s.

The article says the bear has been waving at parkgoers for many years, hamming it up for cameras.
(taken from 11 alive)

A video of a waving bear has gone viral for the second time after it was recently featured on the national news. The bear, one of many residents at the Olympic Game Farm in Washington, can be seen waving back at visitors to the animal rescue facility.
If it weren’t for the fact that several different videos of this bear and his companions can be seen on YouTube, you’d think it was just a guy in a bear costume, frantically waving his giant paw at curious onlookers.
Filmed at the Olympic Game Farm a year ago, the video shows a woman sitting in a car waving at a 1000 pound bear who excitedly waves back. The bears at the park, mostly retired circus performers and former stars of the the big screen, have been conditioned to wave at visitors who often reward them with treats of bread.
The video grabbed the attention of Internet users after it was broadcast on several morning news programs this week. It saw an immediate spike in the number of views on YouTube and has nearly reached 3 million hits on the popular video-sharing web site.
The bear is one of many animal residents of the game park which are owned by Lloyd and Catherine Beebe, who retired from the film industry after 28 years of working exclusively for the Walt Disney Studios.
Beebe worked on a number of television and movie series’ for Disney that included “Charlie the Lonesome Cougar”, “The Incredible Journey”, “White Wilderness” and “Grizzly Adams."
The Beebe’s also rescue retired circus performers, along with abused, neglected, or abandoned animals who are no longer wanted by their owners. The Beebe family offers driving and walking tours at their Washington state operation but caution visitors that the bears may seem polite and friendly, but they are wild animals, with four inches claws, who are capable of killing when provoked.

Read more: http://www.digitaljournal.com/article/316240#ixzz1goLpfG00
(taken from digital journal)

We often hear of aggressive bears trashing back yards or terrifying whole neighborhoods, but there’s one particular bear that could actually melt your heart.
A Kodiak bear at Olympic Game Farm in Washington waved to a girl in a passing car in response to her farewell gesture.
In a short video, the girl, who visited the wildlife reserve, waved goodbye to the giant grizzly bear seated behind a wire fence.
In response, the friendly bear raised his forepaw and waved back.
His polite gesture is making waves on YouTube, where the video has already been viewed nearly 3 million times.

Read more: http://www.4029tv.com/entertainment/30002850/detail.html#ixzz1goPpNN29
(taken from 40 29 news)

Polite grizzly bear waving back to little girl becomes YouTube hit
Grizzly bears are not known for their politeness and have been linked with attacks in the wild, so it was a surprise when one of these large beasts waved back at a little girl in a seven-second video which has gone viral on YouTube.
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The grizzly bear waves back at the little girl (Pic: YouTube)
A video, which shows a little girl waving to a bear and the bear waving back, has become an internet sensation, generating over 300,000 views on YouTube.
In the clip the girl first smiles at the camera before shaking her hand towards the bear, which is standing a few feet away behind a fence.
The animal then raises its head and right arm and then responds to the girl’s actions by mimicking her wave.
Internet users have fallen in love with the polite bear. One YouTube user called it ‘cute’ and another said it was ‘kick ass’.
Apparently the recording is from an animal park in Washington called the Olympic Game Farm. This animal sanctuary is known for giving former animal performers a new home.
This may explain why the bear was so comfortable with the visitors and why it politely waved back.

Read more: http://www.metro.co.uk/weird/884741-polite-grizzly-bear-waving-back-to-little-girl-becomes-youtube-hit#ixzz1goQ9TLFe
(taken from metro m)

A TOURIST was stunned when she waved at a bear -- and the giant beast waved back.
The friendly animal was filmed sitting behind its fence at a sanctuary in Washington, US.

As the woman approaches in her car, she slows down and waves. Incredibly, the bear then sits back on his massive haunches and waves back excitedly with his powerful paw.

The encounter was shot at Olympic Game Farm last year, but the video has gone viral on the internet today.

The sanctuary worked for Walt Disney films for 28 years, providing animals and locations for movies including The Incredible Journey. Its residents are retired show animals.
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