Alaskan brown bear

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Noun1.Alaskan brown bear - brown bear of coastal Alaska and British ColumbiaAlaskan brown bear - brown bear of coastal Alaska and British Columbia
brown bear, Ursus arctos, bruin - large ferocious bear of Eurasia
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the Alaskan Brown Bear and its brother-in-claws, the Grizzly Bear.
It's still surreal to me that I even had the opportunity to hunt an Alaskan brown bear with my bow, let alone be so honored as to arrow the new World Record.
An Alaskan brown bear known as 409 Beadnose had her hands full with two new cubs in the summer of 2016.
The Alaskan brown bear and interior grizzly are the same species.
* Suitable for dangerous game, including Alaskan brown bear
So eventually I began to shed my romantic fantasies and face up to the fact I was shooting hogs, not Alaskan brown bear or Cape buffalo.
The National Geographic Traveler contest also features a cute Alaskan brown bear cub waving at the camera.
LOS ANGELES -- Keenly following the scent of "African Cats'' and "Chimpanzees,'' Disneynature's "Bears'' combines sweeping vistas and remarkably intimate wildlife photography to typically stirring effect as it documents a year in the life of a mother Alaskan brown bear and her two cubs.
Just now I snapped some surprisingly good iPhone pix of an Alaskan brown bear using the right lens of my binoculars.
They decided to replace the salmon model in the Alaskan brown bear diorama after consulting a museum ichthyologist, who determined that the fish needed to be recolored to an accurate shade based on the season represented.
This is what I had come to capture--a defining moment where this extreme huntress would put it all on the line for a chance to arrow one of North America's most dangerous creatures--the Alaskan brown bear.
The only reason to shoot higher velocities are to flatten the trajectory or to have extra power when hunting such dangerous critters as Alaskan Brown Bear and Cape buffalo--neither of which have been found in Idaho for several decades.

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