The least raccoon:-Who are all these creatures? The biggest raccoon:- These are monsters. There name is PEOPLE. The less raccoon:- Why? The biggest raccoon:- Shut up, Harry!

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grizzly bear attack - this is the ultimate man eater.will crush bones and eat them along with your clothes .takes a serious rifle to even touch a bear attack

A big, healthy bear walks alongside the Park Road somewhere near Mile 10 inside Denali National Park & Preserve. (NPS Photo by Jay Elhard) | #wildlife #Alaska #adventure

A big, healthy bear walks alongside the Park Road somewhere near Mile 10 inside Denali National Park Preserve, Alaska. (NPS Photo by Jay Elhard)

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Young northern raccoons in a tree hollow - View amazing Northern raccoon photos - Procyon lotor - on Arkive

Montana grizzly bear paw. This fella was sedated for relocation.

Paws on a tranquilized Alaskan bear. Imagine being bitch-slapped by this paw!

Roaring Grizzly Bear Photograph by Rebecca Grambo

I hope this was taken from a distance with a photo lense.Roaring Grizzly Bear Photograph by Rebecca Grambo

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Claude the bear, from Hiroshima zoo (Yes, it's real) Kung Fu Bear mashups Ninja Bear's Lesson I Must Defeat Kung Fu Bear!

"Grizzlybjörnen är en stor och kompakt brunbjörn med inslag av grått i topparna av det yttre hårlagret i pälsen, något som ger den ett gråaktigt färguttryck. Grizzlybjörnen kännetecknas bland annat av en stor puckelliknande bula på ryggen, sittande mellan skulderbladen. Detta är en muskelmassa som björnen använder för att få styrka i frambenen när den gräver. Huvudet är stort och runt, vilket ger ett konkavt ansiktsuttryck sett i profil.

Search Results: Bear Young Black Bear Wallpaper. If you want advice on how to make some fun and interesting designs, then we'll show you ways to use animals to make everything come to life right here.


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Doug Seus trains bears.    -    No, don't train them, just cuddle them and stuff.

"Bart THE Bear!" Trained By Doug & Lynn Seus: Was An Alaskan Kodiak Bear, Born in 1977 Died in 2000 at The Age of He Appeared in Several Movies: "Grizzly." "Day of The Animals." "Growing Up Grizzly." & "Legends of The Fall." He Grew to & Weighed Pounds.

Doug Seus poses alongside the 8ft 6in Bart 2 on his ranch in Heber City, Utah.   For the last four decades, Doug and wife Lynne have shared their ranch in the the Heber Valley, Utah, with their four bears: Bart the Bear 1, who died of cancer in 2000, brother and sister team Bart 2 and Honey Bump, and Tank

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Doug Seus with Bart 2 on his Utah ranch where he & wife, Lynne, have raised 4 bears: Bart who died of cancer in brother & sister team (Bart 2 & Honey Bump) and Tank.