The biggest of them all

The Kamchatka brown bears are the largest carnivores in Eurasia. Dark brown in colour, the male species can grow up to nine feet

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18:36 February 11, 2018
Current trophy hunting practices target large dominant male bears, causing the social dynamics of the bear population to change. It leads to the removal of as many as 300 bears a year from the Kamchatka Peninsula.
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