News from the Natural World: Polar Bears have begun disguising themselves as icebergs to prey on humans.
The Platypus can exclusively reveal that Polar Bears in the Northern Arctic have a lethal new hunting tactic. They have begun disguising themselves as icebergs to prey on unsuspecting humans. In the frozen northern wastes of Canada numerous reports of surprise had begun circulating in local news. In one video a human was walking home from work when a rather strange looking iceberg began to creep up behind him. Once the iceberg is within 2 metres of the human it suddenly transforms into a Polar Bear and attacks the human.
Polar Bears pretending to be icebergs
The video has since gone viral and more humans are claiming to have been attacked by iceberg looking Bears. The Platypus managed to secure an interview with the leader of the Polar Bears, Pauline. Pauline said that she had started the new mode of attack because the pack ice they rely on for hunting was melting. They needed the pack ice in order to stalk and hunt seals but due to climate change the it was disappearing. The Polar Bears were starving but Pauline invented the new method of attack with a cunning new tactic.
She said that all the Polar Bear had to do was cover its nose with both of their hands. This concealed the only non-white part of the bear and they appeared as a rather strange odd shaped iceberg. This allowed them to sneak up on humans and then leap out at exactly the right moment, eating them alive.
Pauline admitted that she didn’t really want to eat humans, they were stringy and the tasted poorly. But because they could no longer hunt juicy fat seals they were forced to turn to new prey. The tactic is catching on with other animals and Lions in Africa has been seen disguising themselves as school buses, Tigers in India has been camaflaguing themselves as postboxes and Great White Sharks have been pretending to be inflatable rubber rings.
Shocking stuff and we can confirm that the reports are all true. Polar Bears have begun disguising themselves as icebergs to prey on humans.
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