Saturday, October 25, 2008

Could Be a Drawing of a Bear

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

#17387 Good climbers, black bear cubs often go up trees when threatened. Every other winter females give birth to 1 or 2 cubs – possibly even 5 – weighing only about 8 ounces and nearly hairless. Cubs do not leave their den until they are 2 months old and weigh 5 pounds. They usually stay with their protective mothers for 18 months.

Photographer - © William Weber/Visuals Unlimited

Great Smoky Mountains

[To Jim]


[abstract drawing by Ann]


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