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A Cache In Denali National Park Near An Old Cabin That Is Occupied During The Summer By A Park Worker, Alaska, United States Of America
1116-46316 - A Cache In Denali National Park Near An Old Cabin That Is Occupied During The Summer By A Park Worker, Alaska, United States Of America
Rustic Commercial Fishing Boat With Buoys, Pelican, Chichagof Island, Tongass National Forest, Southeast Alaska, USA
1116-46334 - Rustic Commercial Fishing Boat With Buoys, Pelican, Chichagof Island, Tongass National Forest, Southeast Alaska, USA
One Of The More Recently Restored Buildings In Kennecott Mines National Historic Landmark, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, Southcentral Alaska
1116-45483 - One Of The More Recently Restored Buildings In Kennecott Mines National Historic Landmark, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, Southcentral Alaska
An Old Boardwalk Sits In Disarray At Kennicott Mine, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, Southcentral Alaska, Autumn
1116-45484 - An Old Boardwalk Sits In Disarray At Kennicott Mine, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, Southcentral Alaska, Autumn
Port of Valdez, Prince William Sound, Alaska, United States of America, North America
776-5648 - Port of Valdez, Prince William Sound, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Fuel barge and tugboat, Valdez, Prince William Sound, Alaska, United States of America, North America
776-5651 - Fuel barge and tugboat, Valdez, Prince William Sound, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Sunrise, Valdez, Prince William Sound, Alaska, United States of America, North America
776-5647 - Sunrise, Valdez, Prince William Sound, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Small Boat Harbor, Valdez, Prince William Sound, Alaska, United States of America, North America
776-5650 - Small Boat Harbor, Valdez, Prince William Sound, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Bald Eagle, Valdez, Prince William Sound, Alaska, United States of America, North America
776-5649 - Bald Eagle, Valdez, Prince William Sound, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Oil Terminal, Valdez, Prince William Sound, Alaska, United States of America, North America
776-5652 - Oil Terminal, Valdez, Prince William Sound, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Prince William Sound, Valdez, Alaska, United States of America, North America
776-5653 - Prince William Sound, Valdez, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Close Up View Of Bowhead Whale Baleen, Barrow, Arctic Alaska, USA, Winter
1116-44109 - Close Up View Of Bowhead Whale Baleen, Barrow, Arctic Alaska, USA, Winter
Panorama Of Barrow And The Coast On An Overcast Winter Day, North Slope, Arctic Alaska
1116-44108 - Panorama Of Barrow And The Coast On An Overcast Winter Day, North Slope, Arctic Alaska
Native Alaskan Youth On A Snowmachine Towing Another On Sled, City Of Barrow In The Background, North Slope, Arctic Alaska, USA, Winter
1116-44115 - Native Alaskan Youth On A Snowmachine Towing Another On Sled, City Of Barrow In The Background, North Slope, Arctic Alaska, USA, Winter
Detail View Of The Interior Of An Umiak Skin Boat, Barrow, North Slope, Arctic Alaska, USA, Winter
1116-44104 - Detail View Of The Interior Of An Umiak Skin Boat, Barrow, North Slope, Arctic Alaska, USA, Winter
A Barrow Resident On An Atv Stops At A Above Ground Utilities Bridge, Barrow, North Slope, Arctic Alaska, USA, Winter
1116-44113 - A Barrow Resident On An Atv Stops At A Above Ground Utilities Bridge, Barrow, North Slope, Arctic Alaska, USA, Winter
Close Up View Of The Ridges On Bowhead Whale Skin, Barrow, North Slope, Arctic Alaska, USA, Winter
1116-44112 - Close Up View Of The Ridges On Bowhead Whale Skin, Barrow, North Slope, Arctic Alaska, USA, Winter
View Of The Interior Of An Umiak Skin Boat, Barrow, North Slope, Arctic Alaska, USA, Winter
1116-44105 - View Of The Interior Of An Umiak Skin Boat, Barrow, North Slope, Arctic Alaska, USA, Winter
A Street Lined With Pink And Yellow Houses, Barrow, North Slope, Arctic Alaska, USA, Winter
1116-44114 - A Street Lined With Pink And Yellow Houses, Barrow, North Slope, Arctic Alaska, USA, Winter
A White Umiak Skin Boat Sits On Skids On The Sea Ice With A Flag Flying Above The Boat, Barrow, North Slope, Arctic Alaska, USA, Winter
1116-44102 - A White Umiak Skin Boat Sits On Skids On The Sea Ice With A Flag Flying Above The Boat, Barrow, North Slope, Arctic Alaska, USA, Winter
A Large Knife Used To Butcher Bowhead Whale Rests Atop Pieces Of Whale Meat, Barrow, North Slope, Arctic Alaska, USA, Winter
1116-44111 - A Large Knife Used To Butcher Bowhead Whale Rests Atop Pieces Of Whale Meat, Barrow, North Slope, Arctic Alaska, USA, Winter
Detail View Of The Interior Of An Umiak Skin Boat, Barrow, North Slope, Arctic Alaska, USA, Winter
1116-44103 - Detail View Of The Interior Of An Umiak Skin Boat, Barrow, North Slope, Arctic Alaska, USA, Winter
Close Up Of Chunks Of Bowhead Whale Meat On The Frozen Sea Ice, Barrow, North Slope, Arctic Alaska, USA, Winter
1116-44110 - Close Up Of Chunks Of Bowhead Whale Meat On The Frozen Sea Ice, Barrow, North Slope, Arctic Alaska, USA, Winter
Panorama Of Barrow And The Coast On An Overcast Winter Day, North Slope, Arctic Alaska
1116-44107 - Panorama Of Barrow And The Coast On An Overcast Winter Day, North Slope, Arctic Alaska
Totem Pole, Sheet'ka Kwaan Naa Kahidi Community House, Sitka, Alaska, United States of America, North America
776-5642 - Totem Pole, Sheet'ka Kwaan Naa Kahidi Community House, Sitka, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Russian Bishop's House, Sitka, Alaska, United States of America, North America
776-5639 - Russian Bishop's House, Sitka, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Marine Fuel Depot, Sitka Harbor, Sitka, Alaska, United States of America, North America
776-5645 - Marine Fuel Depot, Sitka Harbor, Sitka, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Small Boat Marina, Sitka, Alaska, United States of America, North America
776-5646 - Small Boat Marina, Sitka, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Baranov Totem Pole and Pioneer House, Sitka, Alaska, United States of America, North America
776-5641 - Baranov Totem Pole and Pioneer House, Sitka, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Sitka Harbor, Sitka, Alaska, United States of America, North America
776-5644 - Sitka Harbor, Sitka, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Sitka Harbor, Sitka, Alaska, United States of America, North America
776-5643 - Sitka Harbor, Sitka, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Chum Salmon Hanging And Drying On Racks In The Sun, Kobuk, Arctic Alaska, Summer
1116-43585 - Chum Salmon Hanging And Drying On Racks In The Sun, Kobuk, Arctic Alaska, Summer
Whitefish Carcases Hanging And Drying, Kobuk, Arctic Alaska, Summer
1116-43584 - Whitefish Carcases Hanging And Drying, Kobuk, Arctic Alaska, Summer
Strips Of Salmon With Tail Fins Attached, Hanging In A Drying Shed, Noatak, Alaska, United States Of America
1116-43455 - Strips Of Salmon With Tail Fins Attached, Hanging In A Drying Shed, Noatak, Alaska, United States Of America
An Abandoned Cabin Surrounded By Fireweed On The Tundra On A Sunny Day, The Baird Mountains In The Background, Noatak, Alaska, United States Of America
1116-43454 - An Abandoned Cabin Surrounded By Fireweed On The Tundra On A Sunny Day, The Baird Mountains In The Background, Noatak, Alaska, United States Of America
Chum Salmon Strips Drying In A Smoke House, Shungnak, Arctic Alaska, Summer
1116-43586 - Chum Salmon Strips Drying In A Smoke House, Shungnak, Arctic Alaska, Summer
Wude Hall, Tainan, Taiwan
1116-39271 - Wude Hall, Tainan, Taiwan
Carl E. Moses Boat Harbor, Dutch Harbor, Amaknak Island, Aleutian Islands, Alaska, United States of America, North America
776-4714 - Carl E. Moses Boat Harbor, Dutch Harbor, Amaknak Island, Aleutian Islands, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Russian Orthodox Church, Unalaska Island, Aleutian Islands, Alaska, United States of America, North America
776-4718 - Russian Orthodox Church, Unalaska Island, Aleutian Islands, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Mount Ballyhoo, Dutch Harbor, Amaknak Island, Aleutian Islands, Alaska, United States of America, North America
776-4722 - Mount Ballyhoo, Dutch Harbor, Amaknak Island, Aleutian Islands, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Monument to Unangan People, Unalaska Island, Aleutian Islands, Alaska, United States of America, North America
776-4719 - Monument to Unangan People, Unalaska Island, Aleutian Islands, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Russian Orthodox Church, Unalaska Island, Aleutian Islands, Alaska, United States of America, North America
776-4717 - Russian Orthodox Church, Unalaska Island, Aleutian Islands, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Haystack Hill, Unalaska Island, Aleutian Islands, Alaska, United States of America, North America
776-4720 - Haystack Hill, Unalaska Island, Aleutian Islands, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Carl E. Moses Boat Harbor, Dutch Harbor, Amaknak Island, Aleutian Islands, Alaska, United States of America, North America
776-4715 - Carl E. Moses Boat Harbor, Dutch Harbor, Amaknak Island, Aleutian Islands, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Russian Orthodox Church, Unalaska Island, Aleutian Islands, Alaska, United States of America, North America
776-4716 - Russian Orthodox Church, Unalaska Island, Aleutian Islands, Alaska, United States of America, North America
View of Creek Street in Business District in Ketchikan, Alaska, United States of America, North America
1218-433 - View of Creek Street in Business District in Ketchikan, Alaska, United States of America, North America
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.
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).
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