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Kodiak Bears
Female with cubs and Big male with a menace look at the photographer
Book Kodiak Kings - Steve Wood

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The tale is bizarre, but true. During World War II, an orphaned brown bear went from being a cuddly pet to an officially enlisted soldier in the Polish army, and reportedly saw fierce combat in Italy. Decades after the war and his death, "Wojtek" continues to be honored.
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In the last rays of evening light, a beautiful Male bear emerges. Carefully treading on a crusty layer of frozen snow. April is a very unique month to photograph bears in, with the possibility to capture them in winter conditions and snowfall. For more information on this unique 2021 tour with limited places, visit our website - Limited places remaining ??
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Brutal fight
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What is the range of motion of every bear species forelimbs and shoulders? Can they straighten and extend their forelimbs to 90 degree angle? I think not because of the structure of their shoulder and forelimb bone.
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King of the Forest eating. This time looks to be a moose fallen as prey.


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sow tank photo from sstone_images
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Huge Brown Bear in Katmai National Park
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Kodiak Bear in Museo de Ciencias de Caracas, Venezuela. I am 1,87 meters tall close to 6,2 

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