Traditional sport in mediæval times, where a bear was attacked, maimed and sometimes killed by dogs. The bear is tied down, and may have its claws and teeth removed or be muzzled. It may manage to injure the dogs, but will eventually be killed.
Still found in Pakistan, according to the WSPA.

Bearbaiting was virtually a Sunday institution in England for eight hundred years, until it was banned in 1835; Queen Elizabeth I once attended a "Bayting" at which 13 bears were killed.

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