My parents are scared that if I go to University of Michigan, I will get eaten by a polar bear. Now to some, this may seem like a ridiculous idea but my parents are very protective of me and thus they need to know that I will be safe.
So does U of M have a defense squadron in case of attacks from polar bears or will I be pretty much left for dead if said event occurs?
I am not a 100% sure that polar bears are in Michigan but it is pretty cold up there and my friend Dennis told me that his uncle saw a Polar bear in Michigan.
It's not really the polar bears so much, if you don't bother them, they won't bother you. You really need to watch out for the wolves. There are a lot of them, and they roam in packs that have overtaken most of the major cities in the Detroit area.
Everyone in Michigan carries a satchel full of guinea pigs around from November to April. That's so that if you run into a polar bear, you can toss it a guinea pig and buy some time to get away while the bear gobbles it down.
It's completely impractical to mount a security force against these things. Once the Detroit River freezes, Polar bears can (and do) come pouring over from Canada and there's no good way to control them or predict where they'll head. Guinea pigs are the way to go.