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These two Grizzly Bears (Ursus Arctos) are eating a salmon caught in the McNeil River in Alaska, USA. The Grizzly is usually yellowish brown to black in color, frequently with silver-tipped hairs which give the bear a grizzled appearance. A pronounced hump over the shoulders distinguishes the Grizzly from similar species. Grizzlies are the largest terrestrial carnivore, with males reaching 7 feet (210 cm) long and weighing as much as 1,700 lbs (770 kg).

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Grizzly Bears with Salmon (Alaska, USA) by Dorothy S. Long
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