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Young black bear exploring the modern world. A few miles north of Mount Washburn (18 September 2004).

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megitisaargh

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that looks scary, did you really see that with your own two eyes?
Posted Feb 10, 2006 1:57 pm

Joerg MarretschRe: aargh

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Yes I see that!
It was a Black bear mother with two young cubs. Mother and one cub crossing the road just before my camera was ready. The second cub was sleeping at a tree 15 meters on the left side. After wake up and screaming he could hear the mother on the other side of the road and follows. That´s the moment of the picture. Distance is about 15 meters. Savety was provided by two National Park rangers.
It was awesome afternoon. Only 45 minutes later, we saw a grizzly in the meadows of Yellowstone, but too far away for a good photo (i have no big tele for wildlife photo), just looking with binoculars.
I hope you enjoyed the photo.
Greetings - Joerg
Posted Jun 6, 2006 8:17 pm

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Joerg MarretschSubmitted by Joerg Marretsch
on Nov 11, 2005 2:01 pm

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