Identifying a Young Sow: Analyzing a Photo of a Large Bear in a Hunting Group

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  • Wes's avatar

    It’s a small bear.

  • Mervin's avatar

    To me it’s definitely not small. Look at the short legs. A small bears legs appear long and skinny.

  • Tom's avatar

    I’d say that’s a pretty good size female bear. Maybe 200 pounds.

  • Wes's avatar

    Look at how close the front and rear legs are together. Narrow muzzle. It’s not a cub anymore buts it’s a small bear.

  • Darren's avatar

    It's + 150lbs 5ft nose to tail sow bear in my opinion

  • Darren's avatar

    Beautiful coat too

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