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Close Up Of Head And Shoulders Of A Reticulated Giraffe (Giraffa Camelopardalis), Samburu National Reserve, Kenya
1116-44240 - Close Up Of Head And Shoulders Of A Reticulated Giraffe (Giraffa Camelopardalis), Samburu National Reserve, Kenya
Young Asian woman with Indian jewelry at a festival with headdress, Chiang Rai Festival, Chiang Rai Province, Northern Thailand, Thailand, Asia
832-381207 - Young Asian woman with Indian jewelry at a festival with headdress, Chiang Rai Festival, Chiang Rai Province, Northern Thailand, Thailand, Asia
Lion (Panthera leo), lioness, female, Kruger National Park, South Africa, Africa
832-381387 - Lion (Panthera leo), lioness, female, Kruger National Park, South Africa, Africa
Woman in historic clothes, Moors and Christians Parade, Moros y Cristianos, Jijona or Xixona, Province of Alicante, Costa Blanca, Spain, Europe
832-379986 - Woman in historic clothes, Moors and Christians Parade, Moros y Cristianos, Jijona or Xixona, Province of Alicante, Costa Blanca, Spain, Europe
Close up of boy covering father’s eyes
1178-22261 - Close up of boy covering father’s eyes
Close up of child resting on parent’s shoulder
1178-4860 - Close up of child resting on parent’s shoulder
A woman lying outdoors wearing earphones, close-up, head and shoulders
1177-48 - A woman lying outdoors wearing earphones, close-up, head and shoulders
A woman wearing earphones with her eyes closed, close-up, head and shoulders
1177-49 - A woman wearing earphones with her eyes closed, close-up, head and shoulders
Gyrfalcon or Gyr Falcon (Falco rusticolus) looking back over its shoulder
832-376866 - Gyrfalcon or Gyr Falcon (Falco rusticolus) looking back over its shoulder
Boy making thumbs-up gesture, Guararape favela, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, South America
832-378117 - Boy making thumbs-up gesture, Guararape favela, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, South America
Tau'a Rapa Nui triathlon, body painting. Tapati Rapa Nui festival. Islander. Easter Island. Chile.
817-464429 - Tau'a Rapa Nui triathlon, body painting. Tapati Rapa Nui festival. Islander. Easter Island. Chile.
Northern goshawk, accipiter gentilis. Close-up of head and shoulders (captive). Scotland, uk
1198-703 - Northern goshawk, accipiter gentilis. Close-up of head and shoulders (captive). Scotland, uk
Northern goshawk. Accipiter gentilis. Close-up of and shoulders, captive. Scotland, uk.
1198-232 - Northern goshawk. Accipiter gentilis. Close-up of and shoulders, captive. Scotland, uk.
Northern goshawk. Accipiter gentilis. Close-up of and shoulders, captive. Scotland, uk.
1198-26 - Northern goshawk. Accipiter gentilis. Close-up of and shoulders, captive. Scotland, uk.
Close up of Atlantic Spotted dolpin, Stenella frontalis, in the Azores, notice the shoulder blaze   (RR)
969-66 - Close up of Atlantic Spotted dolpin, Stenella frontalis, in the Azores, notice the shoulder blaze (RR)
A young black bear (Ursus americanus) foraging near Mendenhall Glacier Park just outside of Juneau, on the Alaska mainland in Southeast Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. This young bear is probably only recently weaned from its mother. The Alaskan black bear has its own sub-species name: Ursus americanus emmonsii. The black bear usually ranges in length from 150 to 180 cm (5 to 6 feet) and typically stands about 76 to 91 cm (2.5 to 3 feet) at the shoulder. Standing up on its hind feet, a black bear can be up to 7 feet tall (2.12 m). Males are 33% larger than females. Females weigh between 40 and 180 kg (90 and 400 pounds); males weigh between 115 and 275 kg (250 and 600 pounds). Adult black bears can reach 300 kg (660 pounds), but exceptionally large males have been recorded from the wild at up to 240 cm (95 inches) long and at least 365 kg (800 pounds). Today, a major threat to the black bears is poaching, or illegal killing, to supply Asian markets with bear galls, hearts, and paws, considered to have medicinal value in China, Japan, and Korea.
979-6850 - A young black bear (Ursus americanus) foraging near Mendenhall Glacier Park just outside of Juneau, on the Alaska mainland in Southeast Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. This young bear is probably only recently weaned from its mother. The Alaskan black bear has its own sub-species name: Ursus americanus emmonsii. The black bear usually ranges in length from 150 to 180 cm (5 to 6 feet) and typically stands about 76 to 91 cm (2.5 to 3 feet) at the shoulder. Standing up on its hind feet, a black bear can be up to 7 feet tall (2.12 m). Males are 33% larger than females. Females weigh between 40 and 180 kg (90 and 400 pounds); males weigh between 115 and 275 kg (250 and 600 pounds). Adult black bears can reach 300 kg (660 pounds), but exceptionally large males have been recorded from the wild at up to 240 cm (95 inches) long and at least 365 kg (800 pounds). Today, a major threat to the black bears is poaching, or illegal killing, to supply Asian markets with bear galls, hearts, and paws, considered to have medicinal value in China, Japan, and Korea.
A young black bear (Ursus americanus) foraging near Mendenhall Glacier Park just outside of Juneau, on the Alaska mainland in Southeast Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. This young bear is probably only recently weaned from its mother. The Alaskan black bear has its own sub-species name: Ursus americanus emmonsii. The black bear usually ranges in length from 150 to 180 cm (5 to 6 feet) and typically stands about 76 to 91 cm (2.5 to 3 feet) at the shoulder. Standing up on its hind feet, a black bear can be up to 7 feet tall (2.12 m). Males are 33% larger than females. Females weigh between 40 and 180 kg (90 and 400 pounds); males weigh between 115 and 275 kg (250 and 600 pounds). Adult black bears can reach 300 kg (660 pounds), but exceptionally large males have been recorded from the wild at up to 240 cm (95 inches) long and at least 365 kg (800 pounds). Today, a major threat to the black bears is poaching, or illegal killing, to supply Asian markets with bear galls, hearts, and paws, considered to have medicinal value in China, Japan, and Korea.
979-6856 - A young black bear (Ursus americanus) foraging near Mendenhall Glacier Park just outside of Juneau, on the Alaska mainland in Southeast Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. This young bear is probably only recently weaned from its mother. The Alaskan black bear has its own sub-species name: Ursus americanus emmonsii. The black bear usually ranges in length from 150 to 180 cm (5 to 6 feet) and typically stands about 76 to 91 cm (2.5 to 3 feet) at the shoulder. Standing up on its hind feet, a black bear can be up to 7 feet tall (2.12 m). Males are 33% larger than females. Females weigh between 40 and 180 kg (90 and 400 pounds); males weigh between 115 and 275 kg (250 and 600 pounds). Adult black bears can reach 300 kg (660 pounds), but exceptionally large males have been recorded from the wild at up to 240 cm (95 inches) long and at least 365 kg (800 pounds). Today, a major threat to the black bears is poaching, or illegal killing, to supply Asian markets with bear galls, hearts, and paws, considered to have medicinal value in China, Japan, and Korea.
A young black bear (Ursus americanus) foraging near Mendenhall Glacier Park just outside of Juneau, on the Alaska mainland in Southeast Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. This young bear is probably only recently weaned from its mother. The Alaskan black bear has its own sub-species name: Ursus americanus emmonsii. The black bear usually ranges in length from 150 to 180 cm (5 to 6 feet) and typically stands about 76 to 91 cm (2.5 to 3 feet) at the shoulder. Standing up on its hind feet, a black bear can be up to 7 feet tall (2.12 m). Males are 33% larger than females. Females weigh between 40 and 180 kg (90 and 400 pounds); males weigh between 115 and 275 kg (250 and 600 pounds). Adult black bears can reach 300 kg (660 pounds), but exceptionally large males have been recorded from the wild at up to 240 cm (95 inches) long and at least 365 kg (800 pounds). Today, a major threat to the black bears is poaching, or illegal killing, to supply Asian markets with bear galls, hearts, and paws, considered to have medicinal value in China, Japan, and Korea.
979-6849 - A young black bear (Ursus americanus) foraging near Mendenhall Glacier Park just outside of Juneau, on the Alaska mainland in Southeast Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. This young bear is probably only recently weaned from its mother. The Alaskan black bear has its own sub-species name: Ursus americanus emmonsii. The black bear usually ranges in length from 150 to 180 cm (5 to 6 feet) and typically stands about 76 to 91 cm (2.5 to 3 feet) at the shoulder. Standing up on its hind feet, a black bear can be up to 7 feet tall (2.12 m). Males are 33% larger than females. Females weigh between 40 and 180 kg (90 and 400 pounds); males weigh between 115 and 275 kg (250 and 600 pounds). Adult black bears can reach 300 kg (660 pounds), but exceptionally large males have been recorded from the wild at up to 240 cm (95 inches) long and at least 365 kg (800 pounds). Today, a major threat to the black bears is poaching, or illegal killing, to supply Asian markets with bear galls, hearts, and paws, considered to have medicinal value in China, Japan, and Korea.
A mother black bear (Ursus americanus) with two coy (cubs of year) near Mendenhall Glacier outside of Juneau, Southeast Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO: The Alaskan black bear has its own sub-species name: Ursus americanus emmonsii. The black bear usually ranges in length from 150 to 180 cm (5 to 6 feet) and typically stands about 76 to 91 cm (2.5 to 3 feet) at the shoulder. Standing up on its hind feet, a black bear can be up to 7 feet tall (2.12 m). Males are 33% larger than females. Females weigh between 40 and 180 kg (90 and 400 pounds); males weigh between 115 and 275 kg (250 and 600 pounds).
979-7023 - A mother black bear (Ursus americanus) with two coy (cubs of year) near Mendenhall Glacier outside of Juneau, Southeast Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO: The Alaskan black bear has its own sub-species name: Ursus americanus emmonsii. The black bear usually ranges in length from 150 to 180 cm (5 to 6 feet) and typically stands about 76 to 91 cm (2.5 to 3 feet) at the shoulder. Standing up on its hind feet, a black bear can be up to 7 feet tall (2.12 m). Males are 33% larger than females. Females weigh between 40 and 180 kg (90 and 400 pounds); males weigh between 115 and 275 kg (250 and 600 pounds).
A young black bear (Ursus americanus) foraging near Mendenhall Glacier Park just outside of Juneau, on the Alaska mainland in Southeast Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. This young bear is probably only recently weaned from its mother. The Alaskan black bear has its own sub-species name: Ursus americanus emmonsii. The black bear usually ranges in length from 150 to 180 cm (5 to 6 feet) and typically stands about 76 to 91 cm (2.5 to 3 feet) at the shoulder. Standing up on its hind feet, a black bear can be up to 7 feet tall (2.12 m). Males are 33% larger than females. Females weigh between 40 and 180 kg (90 and 400 pounds); males weigh between 115 and 275 kg (250 and 600 pounds). Adult black bears can reach 300 kg (660 pounds), but exceptionally large males have been recorded from the wild at up to 240 cm (95 inches) long and at least 365 kg (800 pounds). Today, a major threat to the black bears is poaching, or illegal killing, to supply Asian markets with bear galls, hearts, and paws, considered to have medicinal value in China, Japan, and Korea.
979-6855 - A young black bear (Ursus americanus) foraging near Mendenhall Glacier Park just outside of Juneau, on the Alaska mainland in Southeast Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. This young bear is probably only recently weaned from its mother. The Alaskan black bear has its own sub-species name: Ursus americanus emmonsii. The black bear usually ranges in length from 150 to 180 cm (5 to 6 feet) and typically stands about 76 to 91 cm (2.5 to 3 feet) at the shoulder. Standing up on its hind feet, a black bear can be up to 7 feet tall (2.12 m). Males are 33% larger than females. Females weigh between 40 and 180 kg (90 and 400 pounds); males weigh between 115 and 275 kg (250 and 600 pounds). Adult black bears can reach 300 kg (660 pounds), but exceptionally large males have been recorded from the wild at up to 240 cm (95 inches) long and at least 365 kg (800 pounds). Today, a major threat to the black bears is poaching, or illegal killing, to supply Asian markets with bear galls, hearts, and paws, considered to have medicinal value in China, Japan, and Korea.
A female black bear (Ursus americanus)  fishing for sockeye salmon near Mendenhall Glacier outside of Juneau, Southeast Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO: The Alaskan black bear has its own sub-species name: Ursus americanus emmonsii. The black bear usually ranges in length from 150 to 180 cm (5 to 6 feet) and typically stands about 76 to 91 cm (2.5 to 3 feet) at the shoulder. Standing up on its hind feet, a black bear can be up to 7 feet tall (2.12 m). Males are 33% larger than females. Females weigh between 40 and 180 kg (90 and 400 pounds); males weigh between 115 and 275 kg (250 and 600 pounds).
979-7026 - A female black bear (Ursus americanus) fishing for sockeye salmon near Mendenhall Glacier outside of Juneau, Southeast Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO: The Alaskan black bear has its own sub-species name: Ursus americanus emmonsii. The black bear usually ranges in length from 150 to 180 cm (5 to 6 feet) and typically stands about 76 to 91 cm (2.5 to 3 feet) at the shoulder. Standing up on its hind feet, a black bear can be up to 7 feet tall (2.12 m). Males are 33% larger than females. Females weigh between 40 and 180 kg (90 and 400 pounds); males weigh between 115 and 275 kg (250 and 600 pounds).
A female black bear (Ursus americanus)  fishing for sockeye salmon near Mendenhall Glacier outside of Juneau, Southeast Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO: The Alaskan black bear has its own sub-species name: Ursus americanus emmonsii. The black bear usually ranges in length from 150 to 180 cm (5 to 6 feet) and typically stands about 76 to 91 cm (2.5 to 3 feet) at the shoulder. Standing up on its hind feet, a black bear can be up to 7 feet tall (2.12 m). Males are 33% larger than females. Females weigh between 40 and 180 kg (90 and 400 pounds); males weigh between 115 and 275 kg (250 and 600 pounds).
979-7025 - A female black bear (Ursus americanus) fishing for sockeye salmon near Mendenhall Glacier outside of Juneau, Southeast Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO: The Alaskan black bear has its own sub-species name: Ursus americanus emmonsii. The black bear usually ranges in length from 150 to 180 cm (5 to 6 feet) and typically stands about 76 to 91 cm (2.5 to 3 feet) at the shoulder. Standing up on its hind feet, a black bear can be up to 7 feet tall (2.12 m). Males are 33% larger than females. Females weigh between 40 and 180 kg (90 and 400 pounds); males weigh between 115 and 275 kg (250 and 600 pounds).
A young black bear (Ursus americanus) foraging near Mendenhall Glacier Park just outside of Juneau, on the Alaska mainland in Southeast Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. This young bear is probably only recently weaned from its mother. The Alaskan black bear has its own sub-species name: Ursus americanus emmonsii. The black bear usually ranges in length from 150 to 180 cm (5 to 6 feet) and typically stands about 76 to 91 cm (2.5 to 3 feet) at the shoulder. Standing up on its hind feet, a black bear can be up to 7 feet tall (2.12 m). Males are 33% larger than females. Females weigh between 40 and 180 kg (90 and 400 pounds); males weigh between 115 and 275 kg (250 and 600 pounds). Adult black bears can reach 300 kg (660 pounds), but exceptionally large males have been recorded from the wild at up to 240 cm (95 inches) long and at least 365 kg (800 pounds). Today, a major threat to the black bears is poaching, or illegal killing, to supply Asian markets with bear galls, hearts, and paws, considered to have medicinal value in China, Japan, and Korea.
979-6853 - A young black bear (Ursus americanus) foraging near Mendenhall Glacier Park just outside of Juneau, on the Alaska mainland in Southeast Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. This young bear is probably only recently weaned from its mother. The Alaskan black bear has its own sub-species name: Ursus americanus emmonsii. The black bear usually ranges in length from 150 to 180 cm (5 to 6 feet) and typically stands about 76 to 91 cm (2.5 to 3 feet) at the shoulder. Standing up on its hind feet, a black bear can be up to 7 feet tall (2.12 m). Males are 33% larger than females. Females weigh between 40 and 180 kg (90 and 400 pounds); males weigh between 115 and 275 kg (250 and 600 pounds). Adult black bears can reach 300 kg (660 pounds), but exceptionally large males have been recorded from the wild at up to 240 cm (95 inches) long and at least 365 kg (800 pounds). Today, a major threat to the black bears is poaching, or illegal killing, to supply Asian markets with bear galls, hearts, and paws, considered to have medicinal value in China, Japan, and Korea.
A mother black bear (Ursus americanus) with two coy (cubs of year) near Mendenhall Glacier outside of Juneau, Southeast Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO: The Alaskan black bear has its own sub-species name: Ursus americanus emmonsii. The black bear usually ranges in length from 150 to 180 cm (5 to 6 feet) and typically stands about 76 to 91 cm (2.5 to 3 feet) at the shoulder. Standing up on its hind feet, a black bear can be up to 7 feet tall (2.12 m). Males are 33% larger than females. Females weigh between 40 and 180 kg (90 and 400 pounds); males weigh between 115 and 275 kg (250 and 600 pounds).
979-7024 - A mother black bear (Ursus americanus) with two coy (cubs of year) near Mendenhall Glacier outside of Juneau, Southeast Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO: The Alaskan black bear has its own sub-species name: Ursus americanus emmonsii. The black bear usually ranges in length from 150 to 180 cm (5 to 6 feet) and typically stands about 76 to 91 cm (2.5 to 3 feet) at the shoulder. Standing up on its hind feet, a black bear can be up to 7 feet tall (2.12 m). Males are 33% larger than females. Females weigh between 40 and 180 kg (90 and 400 pounds); males weigh between 115 and 275 kg (250 and 600 pounds).
A young black bear (Ursus americanus) foraging near Mendenhall Glacier Park just outside of Juneau, on the Alaska mainland in Southeast Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. This young bear is probably only recently weaned from its mother. The Alaskan black bear has its own sub-species name: Ursus americanus emmonsii. The black bear usually ranges in length from 150 to 180 cm (5 to 6 feet) and typically stands about 76 to 91 cm (2.5 to 3 feet) at the shoulder. Standing up on its hind feet, a black bear can be up to 7 feet tall (2.12 m). Males are 33% larger than females. Females weigh between 40 and 180 kg (90 and 400 pounds); males weigh between 115 and 275 kg (250 and 600 pounds). Adult black bears can reach 300 kg (660 pounds), but exceptionally large males have been recorded from the wild at up to 240 cm (95 inches) long and at least 365 kg (800 pounds). Today, a major threat to the black bears is poaching, or illegal killing, to supply Asian markets with bear galls, hearts, and paws, considered to have medicinal value in China, Japan, and Korea.
979-6852 - A young black bear (Ursus americanus) foraging near Mendenhall Glacier Park just outside of Juneau, on the Alaska mainland in Southeast Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. This young bear is probably only recently weaned from its mother. The Alaskan black bear has its own sub-species name: Ursus americanus emmonsii. The black bear usually ranges in length from 150 to 180 cm (5 to 6 feet) and typically stands about 76 to 91 cm (2.5 to 3 feet) at the shoulder. Standing up on its hind feet, a black bear can be up to 7 feet tall (2.12 m). Males are 33% larger than females. Females weigh between 40 and 180 kg (90 and 400 pounds); males weigh between 115 and 275 kg (250 and 600 pounds). Adult black bears can reach 300 kg (660 pounds), but exceptionally large males have been recorded from the wild at up to 240 cm (95 inches) long and at least 365 kg (800 pounds). Today, a major threat to the black bears is poaching, or illegal killing, to supply Asian markets with bear galls, hearts, and paws, considered to have medicinal value in China, Japan, and Korea.
A young black bear (Ursus americanus) foraging near Mendenhall Glacier Park just outside of Juneau, on the Alaska mainland in Southeast Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. This young bear is probably only recently weaned from its mother. The Alaskan black bear has its own sub-species name: Ursus americanus emmonsii. The black bear usually ranges in length from 150 to 180 cm (5 to 6 feet) and typically stands about 76 to 91 cm (2.5 to 3 feet) at the shoulder. Standing up on its hind feet, a black bear can be up to 7 feet tall (2.12 m). Males are 33% larger than females. Females weigh between 40 and 180 kg (90 and 400 pounds); males weigh between 115 and 275 kg (250 and 600 pounds). Adult black bears can reach 300 kg (660 pounds), but exceptionally large males have been recorded from the wild at up to 240 cm (95 inches) long and at least 365 kg (800 pounds). Today, a major threat to the black bears is poaching, or illegal killing, to supply Asian markets with bear galls, hearts, and paws, considered to have medicinal value in China, Japan, and Korea.
979-6854 - A young black bear (Ursus americanus) foraging near Mendenhall Glacier Park just outside of Juneau, on the Alaska mainland in Southeast Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. This young bear is probably only recently weaned from its mother. The Alaskan black bear has its own sub-species name: Ursus americanus emmonsii. The black bear usually ranges in length from 150 to 180 cm (5 to 6 feet) and typically stands about 76 to 91 cm (2.5 to 3 feet) at the shoulder. Standing up on its hind feet, a black bear can be up to 7 feet tall (2.12 m). Males are 33% larger than females. Females weigh between 40 and 180 kg (90 and 400 pounds); males weigh between 115 and 275 kg (250 and 600 pounds). Adult black bears can reach 300 kg (660 pounds), but exceptionally large males have been recorded from the wild at up to 240 cm (95 inches) long and at least 365 kg (800 pounds). Today, a major threat to the black bears is poaching, or illegal killing, to supply Asian markets with bear galls, hearts, and paws, considered to have medicinal value in China, Japan, and Korea.
An adult black bear (Ursus americanus) swimming then climbing a steep cliff in  Kynoch Inlet in Fjordland Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada. Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO: The black bear usually ranges in length from 150 to 180 cm (5 to 6 feet) and typically stands about 76 to 91 cm (2.5 to 3 feet) at the shoulder. Standing up on its hind feet, a black bear can be up to 7 feet tall (2.12 m). Males are 33% larger than females. Females weigh between 40 and 180 kg (90 and 400 pounds); males weigh between 115 and 275 kg (250 and 600 pounds).
979-7028 - An adult black bear (Ursus americanus) swimming then climbing a steep cliff in Kynoch Inlet in Fjordland Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada. Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO: The black bear usually ranges in length from 150 to 180 cm (5 to 6 feet) and typically stands about 76 to 91 cm (2.5 to 3 feet) at the shoulder. Standing up on its hind feet, a black bear can be up to 7 feet tall (2.12 m). Males are 33% larger than females. Females weigh between 40 and 180 kg (90 and 400 pounds); males weigh between 115 and 275 kg (250 and 600 pounds).
A young black bear (Ursus americanus) foraging near Mendenhall Glacier Park just outside of Juneau, on the Alaska mainland in Southeast Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. This young bear is probably only recently weaned from its mother. The Alaskan black bear has its own sub-species name: Ursus americanus emmonsii. The black bear usually ranges in length from 150 to 180 cm (5 to 6 feet) and typically stands about 76 to 91 cm (2.5 to 3 feet) at the shoulder. Standing up on its hind feet, a black bear can be up to 7 feet tall (2.12 m). Males are 33% larger than females. Females weigh between 40 and 180 kg (90 and 400 pounds); males weigh between 115 and 275 kg (250 and 600 pounds). Adult black bears can reach 300 kg (660 pounds), but exceptionally large males have been recorded from the wild at up to 240 cm (95 inches) long and at least 365 kg (800 pounds). Today, a major threat to the black bears is poaching, or illegal killing, to supply Asian markets with bear galls, hearts, and paws, considered to have medicinal value in China, Japan, and Korea.
979-6851 - A young black bear (Ursus americanus) foraging near Mendenhall Glacier Park just outside of Juneau, on the Alaska mainland in Southeast Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. This young bear is probably only recently weaned from its mother. The Alaskan black bear has its own sub-species name: Ursus americanus emmonsii. The black bear usually ranges in length from 150 to 180 cm (5 to 6 feet) and typically stands about 76 to 91 cm (2.5 to 3 feet) at the shoulder. Standing up on its hind feet, a black bear can be up to 7 feet tall (2.12 m). Males are 33% larger than females. Females weigh between 40 and 180 kg (90 and 400 pounds); males weigh between 115 and 275 kg (250 and 600 pounds). Adult black bears can reach 300 kg (660 pounds), but exceptionally large males have been recorded from the wild at up to 240 cm (95 inches) long and at least 365 kg (800 pounds). Today, a major threat to the black bears is poaching, or illegal killing, to supply Asian markets with bear galls, hearts, and paws, considered to have medicinal value in China, Japan, and Korea.
A female black bear (Ursus americanus)  fishing for sockeye salmon near Mendenhall Glacier outside of Juneau, Southeast Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO: The Alaskan black bear has its own sub-species name: Ursus americanus emmonsii. The black bear usually ranges in length from 150 to 180 cm (5 to 6 feet) and typically stands about 76 to 91 cm (2.5 to 3 feet) at the shoulder. Standing up on its hind feet, a black bear can be up to 7 feet tall (2.12 m). Males are 33% larger than females. Females weigh between 40 and 180 kg (90 and 400 pounds); males weigh between 115 and 275 kg (250 and 600 pounds).
979-7027 - A female black bear (Ursus americanus) fishing for sockeye salmon near Mendenhall Glacier outside of Juneau, Southeast Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. MORE INFO: The Alaskan black bear has its own sub-species name: Ursus americanus emmonsii. The black bear usually ranges in length from 150 to 180 cm (5 to 6 feet) and typically stands about 76 to 91 cm (2.5 to 3 feet) at the shoulder. Standing up on its hind feet, a black bear can be up to 7 feet tall (2.12 m). Males are 33% larger than females. Females weigh between 40 and 180 kg (90 and 400 pounds); males weigh between 115 and 275 kg (250 and 600 pounds).
Woman, Mozambique
817-341221 - Woman, Mozambique
Children, India
817-310675 - Children, India
Geisha in traditional make-up and wearing a kimono in the Gion district of Kyoto, Japan
817-183360 - Geisha in traditional make-up and wearing a kimono in the Gion district of Kyoto, Japan
Mursi tribe, Ethiopia
817-183137 - Mursi tribe, Ethiopia
Spain, Malaga, Woman on beach
817-175334 - Spain, Malaga, Woman on beach
Man, Chichicastenango, Guatemala
817-173166 - Man, Chichicastenango, Guatemala
Indian woman, New Delhi, India
817-182032 - Indian woman, New Delhi, India
Violonist in traditionnal costume at Midsummer day festival, Dalarna, Sweden
817-204970 - Violonist in traditionnal costume at Midsummer day festival, Dalarna, Sweden
Back of a woman wearing a cowboy hat, Whitehaven Beach, Australia
817-197220 - Back of a woman wearing a cowboy hat, Whitehaven Beach, Australia
Young Lama at Hemis monastery in Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir, India
817-191696 - Young Lama at Hemis monastery in Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir, India
Girl, Maputo, Mozambique
817-182113 - Girl, Maputo, Mozambique
Girl at Holi Festival, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
817-194717 - Girl at Holi Festival, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
Old man portrait, Bikaner, Rajasthan, India.
817-237662 - Old man portrait, Bikaner, Rajasthan, India.
Red Dzao woman, Sa Pa, Vietnam
817-219596 - Red Dzao woman, Sa Pa, Vietnam
People in Flower Festival, Chiang Mai, Thailand
817-237278 - People in Flower Festival, Chiang Mai, Thailand
Bullfighter adjusting his montera (hat) before bullfighting in the Real Maestranza bullring, Seville, Spain
817-226683 - Bullfighter adjusting his montera (hat) before bullfighting in the Real Maestranza bullring, Seville, Spain
Woman in traditional dress, Salvador, Bahia, Brazil.
817-236825 - Woman in traditional dress, Salvador, Bahia, Brazil.
Wildlife spotting cruise in the Yellow Water Wetlands  Cooinda, Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory, Australia
817-232978 - Wildlife spotting cruise in the Yellow Water Wetlands Cooinda, Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory, Australia
Turkey, Anatolia, Sanliurfa (aka Urfa, the Prophets city), Golbasi, Two street boys
817-223631 - Turkey, Anatolia, Sanliurfa (aka Urfa, the Prophets city), Golbasi, Two street boys
Old man in a typical window, Paro, Bhutan.
817-236963 - Old man in a typical window, Paro, Bhutan.
Woman at Jidai Matsuri Festival (Festival of Ages), Kyoto, Japan
817-240805 - Woman at Jidai Matsuri Festival (Festival of Ages), Kyoto, Japan
Masai woman, Masai Mara, Kenya
817-243014 - Masai woman, Masai Mara, Kenya
Grand Buddha, Leshan, Sichuan province, China
817-236355 - Grand Buddha, Leshan, Sichuan province, China
Portrait of a Kalash girl, Chitral district, Bumburet Valley, Pakistan
817-224105 - Portrait of a Kalash girl, Chitral district, Bumburet Valley, Pakistan
Portrait of a young joyful girl in Jakar, Bumthang, Bhutan
817-224063 - Portrait of a young joyful girl in Jakar, Bumthang, Bhutan
Portrait, young girl, Myanmar
817-205109 - Portrait, young girl, Myanmar
Back view of a woman in a pool
817-208336 - Back view of a woman in a pool
Miao woman, China
817-183332 - Miao woman, China
Woman Inuit carrying child in Nord West Territories, Canada
817-184053 - Woman Inuit carrying child in Nord West Territories, Canada
Ethnic Red Dao girls commonly wear elaborate red headdresses sometimes embellished with silver and pom poms, Sapa, Lao Cai province, Vietnam.
817-184933 - Ethnic Red Dao girls commonly wear elaborate red headdresses sometimes embellished with silver and pom poms, Sapa, Lao Cai province, Vietnam.
Girl dressed for the children parade of the Santiago carnival, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba
817-201760 - Girl dressed for the children parade of the Santiago carnival, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba
Rangun, Myanmar
817-183160 - Rangun, Myanmar
Girl, An Binh, Mekong Delta, Vietnam
817-212082 - Girl, An Binh, Mekong Delta, Vietnam
Tibetan little girl in Thangka festival
817-193046 - Tibetan little girl in Thangka festival
Peasant working woman, Mozambique
817-181870 - Peasant working woman, Mozambique
Tibetan children, Festival, Danba, Sichuan
817-192944 - Tibetan children, Festival, Danba, Sichuan
Ethnic red HMong girls from Northern Vietnam are famous for their Yarn-wrapped Big hair, Lai Chau province, Vietnam.
817-184928 - Ethnic red HMong girls from Northern Vietnam are famous for their Yarn-wrapped Big hair, Lai Chau province, Vietnam.
Tibetan girl in festival,Danba, Sichuan, China
817-192943 - Tibetan girl in festival,Danba, Sichuan, China
Woman in front of wooden house, Rougir village, Olhkon Island, Baikal lake, Siberia, Russia
817-183885 - Woman in front of wooden house, Rougir village, Olhkon Island, Baikal lake, Siberia, Russia
Tibetan girl, Festival, Danba, Sichuan, China
817-192939 - Tibetan girl, Festival, Danba, Sichuan, China
Tai Dam (Black Tai) girl, Muang Sing, North Laos
817-132151 - Tai Dam (Black Tai) girl, Muang Sing, North Laos
Buddha statue, Sagaing, Mandalay region, Myanmar
817-128723 - Buddha statue, Sagaing, Mandalay region, Myanmar
Western Samoa, Poeple of Pacific dressed in traditional costume
817-142681 - Western Samoa, Poeple of Pacific dressed in traditional costume
Maasai tribe, Sanjo land, Tanzania, East Africa
817-142720 - Maasai tribe, Sanjo land, Tanzania, East Africa
Wahgi Valley people, Papua New Guinea
817-117350 - Wahgi Valley people, Papua New Guinea
Tai Dam (Black Tai) girls, Muang Sing, North Laos
817-132152 - Tai Dam (Black Tai) girls, Muang Sing, North Laos
Private climbing expedition, Mount Erebus, Ross Island, Antarctica
817-116632 - Private climbing expedition, Mount Erebus, Ross Island, Antarctica
Hotel Victoria, Lao Cai, Sa pa, North Vietnam.
817-172149 - Hotel Victoria, Lao Cai, Sa pa, North Vietnam.
Woman carrying her child, Sri Lanka
817-128640 - Woman carrying her child, Sri Lanka
Portrait of young african boy in high grass in the countryside of Nampula Province, carrying his little brother on his back, Mozambique, Southern Africa
817-136866 - Portrait of young african boy in high grass in the countryside of Nampula Province, carrying his little brother on his back, Mozambique, Southern Africa
Mourning ceremony, Dogon Country, Mali.
817-172058 - Mourning ceremony, Dogon Country, Mali.
Wahgi Valley people, Papua New Guinea
817-117349 - Wahgi Valley people, Papua New Guinea
Women wearing bat like Carnival costume, Trinidad Carnival, Queens Park Savannah, Port of Spain, Island of Trinidad, Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
817-136748 - Women wearing bat like Carnival costume, Trinidad Carnival, Queens Park Savannah, Port of Spain, Island of Trinidad, Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
Mourning ceremony, Dogon Country, Mali.
817-172059 - Mourning ceremony, Dogon Country, Mali.
Mayan woman, Santiago Atitlan, Guatemala
817-173172 - Mayan woman, Santiago Atitlan, Guatemala
Carnival, Venice, Italy (1992)
817-172727 - Carnival, Venice, Italy (1992)
Hmong market, Bac Ha, Sapa region, North Vietnam.
817-172125 - Hmong market, Bac Ha, Sapa region, North Vietnam.
Seller, Bamako, Mali.
817-172062 - Seller, Bamako, Mali.
Mourning ceremony, Dogon country, Mali.
817-172053 - Mourning ceremony, Dogon country, Mali.
Masango, Cibitoke, Burundi
817-163783 - Masango, Cibitoke, Burundi
Man, Chichicastenango, Guatemala
817-173165 - Man, Chichicastenango, Guatemala
Red Dao woman, Ta Phin, Sapa, Vietnam
817-172146 - Red Dao woman, Ta Phin, Sapa, Vietnam
Red Dao, Ta Phin, Sapa, Vietnam
817-172147 - Red Dao, Ta Phin, Sapa, Vietnam
Mourning ceremony, Mask, Dogon Country, Mali.
817-172065 - Mourning ceremony, Mask, Dogon Country, Mali.
Confraria do Vinho do Porto (Wine Porto Brotherhood), Porto, Portugal
817-143814 - Confraria do Vinho do Porto (Wine Porto Brotherhood), Porto, Portugal
Bedouin wedding, Douz, Oasis of south, Tunisia
817-141483 - Bedouin wedding, Douz, Oasis of south, Tunisia
HM Agboli Dedjani, last king of the dynasty, The town of Abomey used to be the residence of the kingdom of Dan-Home, one of the most powerful kingdoms, Benin, Western Africa
817-143597 - HM Agboli Dedjani, last king of the dynasty, The town of Abomey used to be the residence of the kingdom of Dan-Home, one of the most powerful kingdoms, Benin, Western Africa
Women wearing Carnival costume, Trinidad Carnival, Queens Park Savannah, Port of Spain, Island of Trinidad, Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
817-136745 - Women wearing Carnival costume, Trinidad Carnival, Queens Park Savannah, Port of Spain, Island of Trinidad, Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
Young Tibetan girl, Himalaya Mountains, India
817-128624 - Young Tibetan girl, Himalaya Mountains, India
People at Sahara festival, Douz, Tunisia
817-137878 - People at Sahara festival, Douz, Tunisia