Brown Bear Cub Lands Right Jab by David & Shiela Glatz
Who needs Mayweather vs. McGregor? We watched these two spring Brown Bear (Ursus arctos) cubs duke it out for over an hour one morning. Every time we thought the brawling was over, one of them snuck up and started it again. Here the lighter-colored cub thought it had “won” a stunning victory of dominance over its darker sibling. Then the darker sibling corrected this insolence with a right jab to the snout. Mother bear was nearby fishing, oblivious to this little drama. The cubs are about 6-7 months old and will be enduring their first winter in a couple months. Lake Clark National Park, Alaska.
Suggestion: it's strongly suspected that there's a unicorn herd somewhere in Cape Breton. The place is weird and not entirely temporospatially correct. But the Seattle opinion is that it's best left for whoever's over there to deal with.