He is as big as a bear, strong as a bear, intelligent … as a bear. No animal, for sure, would dare to challenge its privileges in all of Canada’s wildlife. With the exception of one group from the most harmless, stupid, and ridiculous family of all mammals: the lemmings.
In a vast nature reserve in Canada, there is a small haven of human civilization: the home of a forest ranger, isolated in the middle of the wildest nature. In the eyes of animals 100 km around, a real Eldorado.
Because it is at the top of the food chain, the bear GRIZZY considers it perfectly legitimate for the Ranger’s house to return to him, as soon as his owner moves away from it.
When he walks out the door, having hooked the lock with a clever scratch, he feels at home, in his “real” home.
In the living space of the forest ranger, he can finally enjoy amenities that seem to him to have been tailor-made for him: air conditioning, a home cinema with 117 TV channels, a soft sofa, a popcorn machine, internet access, sauna – and a fully equipped kitchen.
No animal, of course, would dare to challenge this bear privilege.
With the exception of a group from the most harmless, stupid, and ridiculous family of all mammals – the LEMMINGS – which invests
also places as soon as the Ranger is away. The resources offered by this house are so fun that it is, for them, a real amusement park!
If GRIZZY, who wants to live like a man, thinks he is above the animal kingdom, THE LEMMINGS, them, do not have the slightest intention of simulating the human race. But they are so painful that they look very much like teenagers.
Even for a 250-kg, two-meter-tall bear, getting rid of that common chickpea Q. I hairballs is not that easy. Because the hairballs in question are very numerous. And they can roughly coordinate their actions well!
At the weekend, between these two ends of the food chain, it is a merciless struggle to occupy the only Eldorado of civilization in the middle of the Canadian forest.
GRIZZY and LES LEMMINGS not being sufficiently civilized to envisage cohabitation, it is, therefore, the law of the jungle which prevails, in an escalation of madness and reciprocal low blows