We have already had a few posts about Kamchatka region, as far as you remember. But those were about handsomeness of nature as Kamchatka peninsula has lots of national monuments; but each can say without a tint of controversy that the beautifulness of nature is incomplete without its dwellers, different kinds of beasts residing at it.
So, one photographer that lived in Kamchatka region for years decided to settle a list of bears that he has seen through the time he was there. Let’s have a look at them regulars.
First one (you can see him on the header picture) named Drunkard. He is a kind fellow that likes to sprawl himself lazily at the beach and be lost in reverie. He’s got such a bad name when in 2008 he robbed an Austrian tourist for a flask of schnapps and sucked it dry.
A legendary she-bear from the Valley of Geysers named Darkpaw.
Kukhtyl is a young bear that fancies looking through anybody’s windows. People say that during the last winter he grew much more mature and became much cautious.
Oligarch is a big and robust bear. He doesn’t fear anyone and has long privatized all the best meadows and pastures of the Valley of Geysers.
Prima is one of the most beautiful she-bear in the Valley of Geysers; not to say that she is a good mother for her little bears.
Young fisher is a noble bear who is very good at catching fish.
Mummy is a she-bear with an unusually developed maternal instinct. Last summer she had two of her own little bears, but in spite of that she adopted one half year old orphan who hadn’t any parents to look after itself. It is a strange thing for bears and this case was first one on the books.
Keshka is a young brawler bear that is growing in strength very fast. He managed to bring all of his counterparts under and even started answering back at the elder ones.
Pushkin is a cheerful and cheeky young bear with Pushkin-like side whiskers.