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A young brown bear shakes off water after an early-morning swim. Katmai National Park and Preserve, Alaska.
Brown Bears have coats often tipped with a lighter color, giving a "grizzled" appearance. They also have a large lump of muscle above their shoulders. That muscle gives them great strength in their forelimbs. The Grizzly Bear is a sub-species of the Brown Bear. Brown Bears can weigh up to about 1500 pounds and can run at speeds of 35 miles per hour.
Technical: Canon 1D Mark II 8-megapixel camera, Canon 500 mm f/4 L IS lens plus 2x TC = 1000 mm at f/8 1/250 second at ISO 400. Full vertical image, crop horizontal to 16x20 proportion.
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Last updated May 17, 2022