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    Polar Bear Cam

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    Awesomeness.

    There was an uproar when Canada wanted to change our national symbol from the Beaver to the Polar Bear. Personally, I am in favour of the change! Who wants an animal that obviously needs braces!? (lol)

    http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/...79R50120111028
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    Quote Originally Posted by lynnifer View Post
    Awesomeness.

    There was an uproar when Canada wanted to change our national symbol from the Beaver to the Polar Bear. Personally, I am in favour of the change! Who wants an animal that obviously needs braces!? (lol)

    http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/...79R50120111028
    I live in Oregon and our state animal is the Beaver. We are known as "The Beaver State". It is the source of many off colour jokes and ridicule. I don't blame you for wanting to have the national symbol changed.
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    Have witnessed the ridicule here as well: "Show me your Canadian Beaver!"
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    Damn that looks cold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lynnifer View Post
    Awesomeness.

    There was an uproar when Canada wanted to change our national symbol from the Beaver to the Polar Bear. Personally, I am in favour of the change! Who wants an animal that obviously needs braces!? (lol)
    I could use some braces.

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    Damn that looks cold.
    The real cold hasn't quite started.

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    I think the Canadian Beaver should be shown!! Is it any different than an Oregon Beaver?? This comonig from a Washington Huskie

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    I live in Oregon and love the name beaver state. Being near the coast we don't get all that snow. I call your 7 feet of snow and raise you 5 feet of rain
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    My brother and one of his sons have taken a couple short vacation trips to Churchill, Manitoba to watch the polar bear migration. They like the challenge of snow and cold. Two idiots! lol
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