This bear is very patiently looking for to a female. When suddenly, across the river, a she-bear with a silver-gray fur and black claws appears.
Bronze statue with brown and red patina, obtained with iron nitrate and several acids diluted with water.
From the old tree he has a good overview. Yet the bear does not know what to do. The morning mist hangs over the river and undergrowth and brings with it various scents that make the king of the forest hesitate.
The robin is a bird that does not share its territory with other male counterparts. It often leads to violent battles. This intrepid specimen tries to convince a Finnish bear that he has no business in this clearing in the forest.
The fish is still moving. The bear will prefer the skin and then the eggs. If it is a female, it does not eat the whole salmon. He will prefer to tackle a new prey to have the most caloric parts of the fish.