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Standing Black Bear : Stock Photo
This standing American Black Bear was tearing into this tree, looking for bugs, within seconds he could stick his paw in the tree, seconds more he was sticking his entire face in there getting the bugs and worms inside

Standing Black Bear

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This standing American Black Bear was tearing into this tree, looking for bugs, within seconds he could stick his paw in the tree, seconds more he was sticking his entire face in there getting the bugs and worms inside
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158778321
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Rob Daugherty - RobsWildlife.com
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Moment
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2,469 x 3,703 px (8.23 x 12.34 in) - 300 dpi - 5.18 MB
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