The wonder of bears

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Artist Dean Crouser‘s watercolor of a bear is something to behold:

His lively renditions feature a multitude of vibrant colors that fit so perfectly, they make you rethink about the real colors typically found in these wild creatures. Crouser exhibits a truly artistic eye, mixing shades of green with reds, blues, and browns in the mane of a bear as well as an equally diverse collection of hues in his other subjects.

But for the real deal, check out Bearcam:

Explore.org has two hi-def webcams turned on in Alaska’s Brooks River in Katmai National Park. More than a hundred Brown Bears gather along a mile long stretch of Brooks River there each year, to pig out on the world’s largest Sockeye Salmon run. And now, we get to watch the whole thing online.

H/t to Andrew Sullivan.

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