Timothy treadwell gay bears video
Timothy Treadwell born Timothy William Dexter ; April 29, — October 5, was an American bear enthusiast , environmentalist , and documentary filmmaker and founder of the bear-protection organization Grizzly People. He lived among grizzly bears of Katmai National Park in Alaska for 13 summers. At the end of his 13th summer in the park, in , he and his girlfriend Amie Huguenard were killed and almost fully eaten by a year-old brown bear , whose stomach was later found to contain human remains and clothing. He attended Connetquot High School , where he achieved B average grades and was the swimming team's star diver.
Timothy and Amie: Final Cries of Couple Killed by Bear
Timothy Treadwell and Amie Huguenard: Final Cries of Couple Killed by Bear | Bizarrepedia
Some readers may find the following information and examination disturbing. For this, I apologize. Read at your own discretion. Others will find it interesting, informative and hopefully educational.
Night of the Grizzly – A True Story Of Love And Death In The Wilderness
Nonetheless, only two facts have been established beyond question: first, that along with Timothy, Amie Huguenard was also killed , as well as two bears ; second, that no-one really knew Timothy Treadwell or understood what he was trying to achieve through his life with the bears along the coast of Katmai National Park 2. It is well known that Timothy Treadwell was an aspiring actor who worked as a waiter and bartender with problems of drug addiction and alcoholism in California. However, during the summer of , he underwent a transformation so sudden and remarkable that it allowed him to survive thirteen summers of camping with brown bears before being killed and consumed by them.
In environmental circles, Tim Treadwell was something of a legend. A self-proclaimed eco-warrior, he devoted the past 13 years of his life to documenting the world of grizzly bears in Alaska and attempting to protect them from hunters and poachers. He gloried in his nickname of "the bear whisperer" and attracted widespread attention when he told the US talk- show host David Letterman that ferocious grizzlies were really nothing more than big "party animals". Friends compared him to Jane Goodall and Dian Fossey and celebrities, such as Leonardo DiCaprio and Pierce Brosnan, offered their support to Grizzly People, a non-profit group he formed devoted to educating people about bears.