Brown Bear Animal Pictures

Ursus arctos

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Brown bear in stream. Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska.

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Brown Bear in the Katmai National Park

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Brown bear and two cubs in stream, Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge

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What Do Brown Bears Eat
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Coastal Brown Bears, a mother with her cub, moving through a swamp. The bear's vestigial tail can be clearly seen.

Kamchatka Brown Bear
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Brown Bear vs Grizzly
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Brown Bear vs Grizzly
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Brown Bear vs Grizzly
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Tallest Animals: Brown Bear

Eurasian Brown Bear
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Alerted Eurasian brown bear standing on hind legs on a rainy day in a Finnish forest. The brown bear is the largest predator still living on the continent of Europe.

Amazing Mountain Animal: Brown Bear

Amazing Mountain Animal: Brown Bear
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Wild adult Brown Bear (Ursus arctos) in the mountain forest. Brown bears are generally loners who will only seek a mate for short periods.