Mother and child brown bear in Hokkaido

Mother brown bear and two cubs (9-month-old) heading to hibernate hall in the bosom of the mountain Pan Left/The brown bear is, together with the polar bear, one of the largest members of the bear family. Brown bears vary in size quite considerably depending on nutrition, sometimes growing huge to a body weight of over 300kg when they have good access to salmon and trout. The brown bear of Hokkaido is regarded as a symbolic creature of this northern island.


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Type de licence :Droits clé en main
Collection :NHK Video Bank Creative
Durée de la vidéo :00:00:39:27
Lieu :Shari-cho/ Shiretoko, Hokkaido, Japan
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Format d'origine :QuickTime 10-bit ProRes 422 (HQ) HD 1920x1080 29.97p Plus d'infos
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