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Bear Anatomy

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( This post was last modified: 12-31-2018, 04:41 AM by epaiva )

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Kodiak Bear in Museo de Ciencias de Caracas, Venezuela. I tried to take picture as close as possible to the Bear to compare it but it is like two meters away from me so it was not a very good picture, I am close to (6,2 ft). 1,87 mts tall and Bear is mounted about a foot higher than were I am standing, It is not one really large male it is about 2,5 meters tall

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(01-12-2019, 12:41 AM)epaiva Wrote: Kodiak Bear in Museo de Ciencias de Caracas, Venezuela. I tried to take picture as close as possible to the Bear to compare it but it is like two meters away from me so it was not a very good picture, I am close to (6,2 ft). 1,87 mts tall and Bear is mounted about a foot higher than were I am standing, It is not one really large male it is about 2,5 meters tall

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Next time look if there are no guards or surveillance cameras and then quickly next to that bear Wink They can´t guard it like english do with crown jewels Grin
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(01-12-2019, 12:41 AM)epaiva Wrote: Kodiak Bear in Museo de Ciencias de Caracas, Venezuela. I tried to take picture as close as possible to the Bear to compare it but it is like two meters away from me so it was not a very good picture, I am close to (6,2 ft). 1,87 mts tall and Bear is mounted about a foot higher than were I am standing, It is not one really large male it is about 2,5 meters tall

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Btw that is on the other hand a very good example how much it has effect when something should be compared and if there is even short distance between compared things. I mean only 2 meters and you are 187 cm and that bear about 250 cm. It would be easy to think, that quite small bear from those photos. Still 63 cm taller is quite a lot if side by side...
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