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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Iriana, Feb 8, 2013.
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You've seen the iconic photos of bears catching salmon at Brooks Falls in Katmai National Park, Alaska. Here's how a wolf does it.
I always relate to the bear scene every Sunday night - while sequestered in the house, we have delivery meals about three times a week, and on Sundays we order from our local Japanese restaurant - I typically get sashimi (2 pieces each of raw salmon, smoked salmon, tuna, & hamachi), plus 2 rolls - for those unfamiliar w/ raw salmon, see the pic below - at the moment of putting the salmon in my mouth, I feel the bear and I are 'mates' - wife thinks I'm NUTS but cute - Dave
Um, Dave...if you watch the cam, you might notice that most bears are "high-grading"--eating only the skin and brains, the fattest parts of the fish, and not the meat. They only have a couple of months to add several hundred pounds of fat to get them through their next hibernation, and if they ate the whole fish they wouldn't meet the goal. Nothing goes to waste, of course; the rest of the carcass is eaten by gulls...or shipped to sushi bars.
LOL - Guess that I never looked that closely at the videos - shame to leave out one of the best parts! I'll be thinking about that video when I munch down my salmon sashimi tomorrow night! Dave
1,000 year old granaries left by the ancient ones in southeast Utah.