Last year, I went on a school trip to Europe and one of the places they decided to visit was Český Krumlov. Český Krumlov is a beautiful town but that is not afraid to share there deepest secret. The guide that was accompanying us was explaining everything about the history of this town and I was falling more and more in love with this place until she told us this. We passed over a bridge and than she stopped and pointed at a very big rock with a lot of greenery that was blocked off on each side and it was pretty small. She than said that a family of three bears were living here. She said that bears have been living there for as long as the Middle Ages to basically scared off any ennemis willing to invade. She also said that there was no word in Czech for "bear" because they are still afraid of these majestic living,breathing animal that constantly hears people walking and laughing and taking pictures over them. But we are not in the Middle Ages anymore so why kidnapped them from there families when they are little and let them endure this torture? This is not ok! They are living, breathing creatures just like you and me! They shouldn't have to endure people day and night! Tell Czech Republic to ban bears living in captivity in the town of Český Krumlov now and set them free! They don't deserve it!