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This Alaskan Brown Bear stands on a rocky outcrop, looking into the case which contains a mother and her cubs, eating fish.

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Is his longing for the companionship of the mother and cubs, or for the fish? The bird above him looks interested in the fish too.

Posted by: Laura at November 11, 2006 08:34 PM

According to the text on the wall, he may be more interested in eating the cubs than the fish. But the mother bear has a "Don't even think of coming closer, Buster," look about her, so I think they'll be o.k.

It's too late for the fish though - and he might settle for that, leaving the bones for the circling gull.

Posted by: Elizabeth at November 12, 2006 01:21 AM