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1116-50862 - Bear (Ursus arctos) viewing at Hallo Bay Camp. A sow and her two cubs hunt for clams while awaiting the arrival of salmon to local streams; Alaska, United States of America
1116-50863 - Bear (Ursus arctos) viewing at Hallo Bay Camp. A sow and her two cubs hunt for clams while awaiting the arrival of salmon to local streams; Alaska, United States of America
1116-50861 - Bear (Ursus arctos) viewing at Hallo Bay Camp. A sow and her two cubs hunt for clams while awaiting the arrival of salmon to local streams; Alaska, United States of America
1116-50860 - Bear (Ursus arctos) viewing at Hallo Bay Camp. A sow and her two cubs hunt for clams while awaiting the arrival of salmon to local streams; Alaska, United States of America
1113-107081 - Young people in traditional costumes for tourist presentations. Shigansk is a settlement on the lower reaches of the Lena, where it crosses the Arctic Circle on its way to the Arctic Ocean. It was founded in 1632. The population lives mainly from fur hunt
1116-50257 - A Red fox (Vulpes vulpes) stops to sniff a bush of bluebells (Hyacinthoides) before continuing his hunt along the road, Denali National Park and Preserve; Alaska, United States of America
797-12895 - Norway, Svalbard, Longyearbyen, Traditional style, modern accomodation block, Ptarmigan hanging from the window, Due to cold temperature locals hang recently shot gamebirds outside as the cold air keps them fresh.
801-1384 - The Great Hunt Panel, Fremont style petroglyphs from AD 700 to AD 1200, Cottonwood Canyon near the junction of Nine Mile Canyon, Utah, United States of America, North America
1161-1208 - Huntsmen arriving at the Market Place, Stow-on-the-Wold, for a meet for the Heythrop New Year's Day Hunt, Oxfordshire. Woman crouches to take a picture and shows support by wearing a sweatshirt which reads 'Bollocks to Blair'
990-175 - Finback whale (Balaenoptera physalus) might be seen alone or in pairs but often form groups of more than a dozen animals in order to hunt fish. St. Lawrence estuary, Canada (RR)
857-3872 - Camping "on the land" with the Pauloosie Muckpa family. After seal hunt, they caught 3 seals total, two pups and one mother. (They will use the mother to feed the dogs, they did not intend to kill her.)
832-22338 - african wilddogs - Lycaon pictus - after a sucessfully hunt, they eat the kudu. A elefant is walking to the river. Africa, Botswana, Linyanti, Chobe National Park, wildlife
999-3 - Mel, the Killer Whale or Orca (Orcinus orca) narrowly misses out on a South American Sea Lion (Otaria flavescens) that it was hunting, in Patagonia. Of the 18 only 7 have mastered the stranding behaviour whereby the Orca enters the shallow surf to feed on Sea Lion pups. Distinctive by his 2 metre dorsal fin, Mel is an expert hunter who feeds on Sea Lion pups before taking them back to his pod. This lucky Sea Lion however managed to escape the hunter's attentions.
999-4 - Mel, the Killer Whale or Orca (Orcinus orca) narrowly misses out on a South American Sea Lion (Otaria flavescens) that it was hunting, in Patagonia. Of the 18 only 7 have mastered the stranding behaviour whereby the Orca enters the shallow surf to feed on Sea Lion pups. Distinctive by his 2 metre dorsal fin, Mel is an expert hunter who feeds on Sea Lion pups before taking them back to his pod. This lucky Sea Lion however managed to escape the hunter's attentions.
999-1 - Mel, the Killer Whale or Orca (Orcinus orca) narrowly misses out on a South American Sea Lion (Otaria flavescens) that it was hunting, in Patagonia. Of the 18 only 7 have mastered the stranding behaviour whereby the Orca enters the shallow surf to feed on Sea Lion pups. Distinctive by his 2 metre dorsal fin, Mel is an expert hunter who feeds on Sea Lion pups before taking them back to his pod. This lucky Sea Lion however managed to escape the hunter's attentions.
999-2 - Mel, the Killer Whale or Orca (Orcinus orca) narrowly misses out on a South American Sea Lion (Otaria flavescens) that it was hunting, in Patagonia. Of the 18 only 7 have mastered the stranding behaviour whereby the Orca enters the shallow surf to feed on Sea Lion pups. Distinctive by his 2 metre dorsal fin, Mel is an expert hunter who feeds on Sea Lion pups before taking them back to his pod. This lucky Sea Lion however managed to escape the hunter's attentions.