Some folks are expressing concern that Werner Herzog's film about Timothy Treadwell, the man who lived and died (or "lived and was mauled" if you prefer) among grizzly bears may cause folks to emulate Treadwell's questionable behavior. The article below mentions Treadwell's habit of sitting near the bears and touching their noses, followed immediately by this unintentionally funny quote from writer Mike Lapinski: "Everything Timothy was doing was wrong, as far as behaving responsibly around wildlife." I don't put anything past anyone these days, but I don't think even those adventurous types who like to copy Jackass stunts would go as far as muzzle snuggling. But then again...

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