This shot has been made Oct. 2 2009. in Kamloops' Lower Sahali. Early fall. This young bear was looking for some eat because wild fires in the summer of that year made forest disaster of flora and fauna...
TY Mala, it was close encounter of lovely kind which I'll never forget :))
Yes, it was. It's unusal to look at a live teddy bear from a few meters distance, but not in the ZOO.
Hi Vasily, Thank you for stopping and nice oppinion. Cheers!
Yes, it's a cute and very much alive Teddy :)
Vaut mieux ne pas trainer dans le coin...joli petit nounours!!! Merci de votre visite
vous êtes la bienvenue aimeve... meilleurs vœux pour notre petit ours, j'espère qu'il est déjà dormaient de sommeil hivernal...
me alegro que te guste este osito Doina... saludos
Je venais juste acheter un sandwich pour Bigfoot
bonne blague, Natmara, je suis heureux que cette scène a de bonne humeur à la fois de nous ... merci beaucoup pour la visite et un commentaire ...
I feel sad for that little fella.....what local people do to help those poor things? I think u should submit this for National Geographic Photography Contest or any other such animal photography competitions, best of luck
hi RajaSimDutta, you are really thoroughly reviewed my gallery, many thanks for your interest in this regard! ...bears appear in the outskirts of the city, they told me, at the beginning of autumn when the fruits ripen in the gardens... however, that same year (2009) in the summer, there were numerous and severe forest fires around the city and beyond, causing the migration of wildlife ...probably caused a shortage of natural forest food ...this young bear, with all this, probably lost his mother, and gave up searching for food ...people really showed a sense, because they could call the police, in this case, a young bear would be shot on the spot, but they did not do that!
best regards Zlatan
Do you think it can read?
no, not really.... but it surely can find some food itself, without parking.... ;))
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Photo taken in Lower Sahali, Kamloops, BC, Canada
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