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Steven Gnam

At sunset, a cub steps onto its mother’s back for a better view: there’s a lone male grizzly traveling below them. Mothers must remain watchful of aggressive males. Cubs learn from their mothers to seek out army cutworm moths, a behavior that is passed down to future generations.


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