Grizzly ferrying her three cubs across the river, Katmai National Park, photos by Jon Langeland

Adorable baby bears refuse to be left behind as their mother goes for a swim

Grizzly ferrying her three cubs across the river, Katmai National Park, photos by Jon Langeland

Eskimos get to be defined as “members of an indigenous people of Greenland, northern Canada, Alaska and northeastern Siberia, characterized by short, stocky build and light-brown complexion.”

Eskimos get to be defined as “members of an indigenous people of Greenland, northern Canada, Alaska and northeastern Siberia, characterized by short, stocky build and light-brown complexion.”

BEARS IN THEIR ENVIRONMENT  The beauty of Lake Clark National Park provides a magnificent backdrop for a bear sow and her cubs.  Lake Clark National Park  |  Alaska  For more photos of international wildlife, go to http://rickcollinsphotographyonline.com

BEARS IN THEIR ENVIRONMENT The beauty of Lake Clark National Park provides a magnificent backdrop for a bear sow and her cubs. Lake Clark National Park | Alaska For more photos of international wildlife, go to http://rickcollinsphotographyonline.com

Sow and triplet cubs of the year, Katmai National Park, southwest, Alaska.

Sow and triplet cubs of the year, Katmai National Park, southwest, Alaska.

Bam and Gabe. Is is wrong to be jealous of creek water? Who cares, I am!

Brown bear sow and cubs stand alert, Katmai National park, southwest, Alaska.

Brown bear sow and cubs stand alert, Katmai National park, southwest, Alaska.

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