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The Bear's Revenge

Charles Brault c_brault at yahoo.com
Thu Apr 6 11:55:58 BST 2006


AND
   
  Best to avoid bear liver
   
  And have examined the beast for signs of sickness
   
  Not to mentionned time of the year
   
  ...just like oysters I guess)))
   
  Charles

Thomas Anthony Horan <thoran at sarah.br> wrote:
  Paul, 
It is necessary to cook wild meat before eating it, this is a revenge of stupidity
Tom

> ----------
> From: Paul.Harrison at sth.nhs.uk[SMTP:Paul.Harrison at sth.nhs.uk]
> Reply To: Trauma & Critical Care mailing list
> Sent: quinta-feira, 6 de abril de 2006 06:49
> To: trauma-list at trauma.org
> Subject: The Bear's Revenge
> 
> >From the London Times April 4th 2006:
> 
> "Health watchdogs in France have issued a warning about bear meat after 17 people contracted trichinellosis, a parasitic disease, from meat that they had brought back from Canada. Eight of them were treated in hospital."
> 
> Gotcha!
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: trauma-list-bounces at trauma.org
> [mailto:trauma-list-bounces at trauma.org]On Behalf Of Steve Schecter
> Sent: 05 April 2006 23:11
> To: Trauma &, Critical Care mailing list
> Subject: Re: Poor Teddy....
> 
> 
> --- Andrew J Bowman wrote:
> 
> > Poor bear,
> > Killed for doing what comes naturally.
> > Would not have killed anybody if they just stayed out of the woods.
> 
> 
> So I guess we should start telling people to not to live in NJ then ;
> )
> 
> 
> sniped from the division of fish and wildlife NJ website.
> 
> ...Black bears are the largest land mammal in the Garden State and
> live in forested areas throughout northern New Jersey. Here in the most
> densely populated state in the nation black bears are thriving in close
> proximity to people. 
> 
> Black bears are native to the state, but as land was cleared for
> settlements, timber and farms, and bears were killed indiscriminately,
> their numbers decreased and their range reduced to the most remote
> areas in the northern part of the state. The population recovered after
> being afforded the protection of game animal status and habitat
> improved as forests matured. Today, New Jersey's black bear population
> is increasing and expanding as is the number of conflicts between
> humans and black bears...snip
> 
> 
> 
> primum non nocere
> 
> Steve Schecter, NREMT-B
> 
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