Brown Bear Triplets, Alaska Peninsula, #2377


Brown Bear Triplets, Alaska Peninsula, #2377


A brown bear and her three cubs graze on spring sedges on a tidal flat in Katmai National Park on the Aleska Peninsula. The peninsula stretches southwest into the Aleutian Islands and supports large numbers of brown bears and other wildlife. Brown bears can have from one to five cubs which stay with their mother into the third year of life. Many cubs succumb to accidents and predation from large male brown bear. Mothers are especially protective of their cubs.

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