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FOLLOW ALONG

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Atop Dunraven Pass in Yellowstone Park, a mother grizzly leads her two cubs through a meadow filled with shooting stars and alpine forget-me-nots. Although born in the same litter, these cubs may be only half-siblings since the female grizzly can mate with several different males during breeding season, producing cubs with different fathers.
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Grizzly Bears
Atop Dunraven Pass in Yellowstone Park, a mother grizzly leads her two cubs through a meadow filled with shooting stars and alpine forget-me-nots. Although born in the same litter, these cubs may be only half-siblings since the female grizzly can mate with several different males during breeding season, producing cubs with different fathers.