Kayak

Humpback whales are peaceful creatures. Let's just get that out of the way right now. But they are also massive creatures, and when these kayakers wandered into a feeding zone just off of Moss Landing in Monterey, California, they nearly paid the ultimate price. Obviously the whale had no idea what was happening here (you know, because it's a whale), but as human beings with a theoretical capacity for logic, we should take this as lesson to give these 40-ton seabeasts a wider berth when joining them at the proverbial dinner table.

So first things first. If a bear wants to eat your kayak. Let it. Slowly back away until you're at a safe distance and resist the urge to film it on your phone so that you totally alert and ready to react at a moment's notice. Agreed? OK, good. Now let's watch this very distraught girl beg an Alaskan black bear to stop snacking on her kayak and laugh because no one got hurt.