A Rather Grizzly Story!?
Abram, a Russian scientist, and Anton, a Czechoslovakian scientist, are dedicated to the study of bears, specifically grizzly bears.
Abram and Anton, have been saving for almost ten years to be able to spend their vacation in Yellowstone. People go to Yellowstone to see Yellowstone, Abram and Anton go to study the bears. This summer, their dream of Yellowstone comes true.
As soon as they arrive, they reported to the ranger station, they let the rangers know their intended itinerary for studying the grizzlies. Although the Russian and the Czech are considered to be experts, grizzlies are still dangerous so, to be safe, Abram and Anton agree to phone in every day.
The first several days they call in, and then nothing.
A search party is put together. Fortunately the rangers know the approximate location of the scientists. When the party arrives at the camp, it is destroyed. It is obvious to the rangers that a male and female have sacked the camp, but there is no sign of the missing men.
Following the trail of the male and the female grizzly, the rangers finally catch up with the female. The rangers are now deciding if there is a way to determine if the female has attacked and killed either of the scientists, There happens to be a veterinarian in the search party. He says that he can make a small incision into her stomach, so they agree. The incision reveals the remains of the Russian.
The head ranger turns to the vet and says,
" You know what this means, don't you?"
The vet, of course, replied,
"I guess it means that the Czech is in the male."