Once upon a time, I took an Inland Cruise to Alaska. XH & I took a day trip to a salmon BBQ dinner, helicopter tour of the glacier, and visit with mosquitos the size of small birds. Everyone wants to see a bear, so they feed a cub daily and everyone gets to take pictures.
Then, I heard "the rest of the story." The first year they did this, they assumed the cub would leave when they closed the cabin for the winter. Wrong. The cub, now a very hungry bear, knew where to find food and he opened up the cabin, opened up the food, and generally left a really big mess for them to clean up when they re-opened for Spring.
This did not stop them from repeating the "feed a cub everyday so the tourists can get cute pictures." This time they had the cub airlifted some distance away at the end of the tourist season. Did anyone see this coming? The bear found it's way home and, even though they "bear-proofed" the cabin, opened up the cabin, opened up the food, and stayed for the rest of the winter in the cozy cabin/den. They had to shoot it when they re-opened in Spring. Bear #2's fur was on the wall.
By now they figured it out: They fed a cub everyday so it became quite tame and the tourists could get really good pictures. Then they shot the bear at the end of the season. There were 6 or 7 bear furs on the walls.
I might have been the only person who was appalled at this practice.