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  • Andora Hollister

    Brown Bear with dinner


    lunch #wild #animals

  • JPW

    Alaskan Grizzly Bear vs. Sockeye Salmon #fishing #wickedcatch

  • Corey Irwin | Cooking with Corey

    Grizzly bear and his "catch of the day," a sockeye salmon. :) #bear #fish #animal #wild #wildlife #nature #photography

  • jeffrey ngo

    Sockeye salmon in trouble. (Sockeye is an anglicization of suk-kegh, which means red fish in Halkomelem, the language of the indigenous people along the lower reaches of British Columbia's Fraser River. Source: Wikipedia) #GILOVEBC

  • Johannes Klahre

    The circle of life, Brown Bear & Sockeye Salmon, Alaska

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