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  • September 30, 2008

    Juneau’s Airport is a Bear-Free Zone – For Now, Anyway

    Filed under: Airport,Alaska,Animals — anne @ 9:30 am
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    Yes, you won’t be finding any grizzlies at Juneau International at the moment – but this is not to say you shouldn’t keep a sharp eye out in the parking lot.

    According to a report in the Kansas City Star, there was an “accidental discharge of anti-bear spray” at the airport that serves Alaska’s capital – and it shut down the airport for 90 minutes.

    Now I’ve got some questions:

    • 1. Why do people from Kansas care about this?
    • 2. What’s in bear repellent – I mean, what could possibly repel them — the smell of Godzilla?
    • 3. What was “anti-bear spray” doing at the airport?
    • 4. Did the Governor have any comment on this?

    If any of you out there can provide answers, our operators are standing by.

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