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Alaska Brown Bear

World's Record - Alaska Brown Bear
The world's record Alaska brown bear was taken during a scientific expedition in 1952, for the benefit of the Los Angeles County Natural History Museum. Alaska’s Kodiak Island rests about 250 miles south of Anchorage and just below the mouth of Cook Inlet. Kodiak supports some of the largest land-...
The Alaska brown bear is an extremely large grizzly sub-species—these animals rival polar bears as the largest bears on earth—that ranges throughout coastal Alaska. The brown bear’s immense size is fueled by Alaska’s summer and fall salmon runs.

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