Okay Martha, let's take that walk...

25 Animals Who Are Totally BFFs

Photographer Oliver Klink took this photo of two grizzly bear cubs holding hands (everybody say "dawww" together now) for the National Geographic 2008 International Photo Contest: Link.

Joe Boxer, a brown bear at the Alaska Wildlife Conversation Center in Portage, AK

**Joe Boxer, a brown bear at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center in Portage, AK

Bear says hi - Sharenator                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Bear says hi

Funny pictures about Quick Question. Oh, and cool pics about Quick Question. Also, Quick Question photos.

"Keeping a Wary Eye Out" by Tony Boot: This mother was with two cubs when she sensed a male approaching.  As she started to check it out, one of the cubs appeared looking around her.  This photo was taken on a trip to Alaska with Nat Hab.

Keeping a Wary Eye Out by Tony Boot: This mother was with two cubs when she sensed a male approaching. As she started to check it out, one of the cubs appeared looking around her. This photo was taken on a trip to Alaska with Nat Hab.

grizzly bear drawing tutorial by Aaron Blaise

This is a tutorial made by Aaron Blaise of drawing and animating bears, I chose this one because it gives some informing information about drawing and animating bears, this will help me to draw bigger characters more easier.

BEARS IN THEIR ENVIRONMENT  The beauty of Lake Clark National Park provides a magnificent backdrop for a bear sow and her cubs.  Lake Clark National Park  |  Alaska  For more photos of international wildlife, go to http://rickcollinsphotographyonline.com

The beauty of Lake Clark National Park, Alaska provides a magnificent backdrop for a bear sow and her cubs.

The soul is bone - A grizzly bears paw( the bear is sedated and about...

Look at the paws on this tranquilized Alaskan bear. Yes and one swipe, your dead, respect.

The grizzly bear, less commonly called the silvertip bear, is any North American morphological form or subspecies of brown bear, including the mainland grizzly, Kodiak bear, peninsular grizzly,and the recently extinct California grizzly, and Mexican grizzly bear.

Bear: "After chasing 'Junior' and climbing up trees; give me some peace now please. Have no doubt: I'm plum tuckered out!" (Written By: Lynn Chateau.

Brown Bear in Denali National Park, Alaska ~ http://suitcasesandsunsets.com/denali-national-park.html

A Brown Bear Carefully Looking For Salmon in Denali National Park, Alaska.

Mountain Outlaw by Tom Mangelsen

The Grizzly Bear, less commonly known as the silvertip bear, is a large subspecies of brown bear inhabiting North America. Scientists generally do not use the name grizzly bear but call it the North American brown bear.

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