Once upon a time, there lived a hunter. One day, he heard a noise outside his house, he quickly grabbed his rifle, loaded it with gun powder, and went outside. He saw a bear in front of his house and immediately shot at it. The bear was injured and bleeding, but not dead. The bear ran away and the hunter followed the blood trail. He followed it 5 km south, 5 km east, and 5 km north and finally he saw the bear died of bleeding in front of his house.

The question : What is the color of the bear? Note: Yes, I'm serious on this one, there is a logical answer with reason for this question

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TopNewestwhite...............must be in geo poles

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That's correct! xD

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Ofcourse white

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White

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red because he was covered with blood

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must be brown , no body builds house in pole!

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No, everything is possible in math questions...

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It must be white

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white... because he was at the pole and because he proceeds in accordance with the provided direction he would reach his house only if he is at the north. #True_Story

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White

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red?

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white. The easiest way to solve this problem is to say that there is one place on Earth that is guaranteed only has one colour of bear, so the answer is that the bear is in the Arctic, probably the North Pole, and so is white!

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White

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White

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Obviously black

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white

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White.. cause its simply a polar bear

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red

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May be white

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if it was in the poles, then the hunter could have followed its footsteps in the snow, not the bloodtrail.

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Well, the main clue of this question is he went 5 km south, 5 km east and 5 km north and arrived at the original place, this could only be done in geo poles. Yes, he could follow the bear by the footsteps, but it would become too obvious :D

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