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Comment icon #2 Posted by blinky on 19 June, 2009, 18:18
wow play! between a grizzly and a black bear... how unusual... okay Cetacea, spill! where'd you shoot these? how long a lens?
Comment icon #1 Posted by Mattshark on 27 June, 2009, 1:59
Lol, I am glad it looks so natural, that is the point of the enclosure, there is actually a big fence between me and them:http://www.baer.de/abw/index.php It's basically a bear sanctuary for mistreated bears- and a pack of wolves.Took them during data collection for my MSc. thesis: Interspecific interactions and enclosure utilisation between bears and wolves in a mixed species exhibit.Kathi is actually a European brown bear, same species different subspecies to the American Grizzly, the only Americans in Worbis are Jimmy and Gonzo, the two black bears.Lens wasn't too long actually, 75-...


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