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Woody Meristem
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This medium-sized male lay down in front of one of my S40 homebrews and stayed there for more than five minutes while the camera took 21 photos -- amazingly he never touched the camera.
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Nice he stayed for photos. Some on here say bears tear cameras apart. Others say they don’t touch them. Nice he never did anything to yours except allow it to take several pics.


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A very well-behaved Bear by anybody's standards, good one Woody.
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What a pozer!

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The Pastor is right -- he sure looks like he's mugging for the camera.
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neat pic!
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He was quite the ham, although I'm sure he'd rather eat ham than be one. I'm probably jinxing myself, but I've never has a bear mess with a camera on the hill behind the house. In other places every bear caught on camera either is, has or will mess with the camera. Although I really don't know, I've come to the conclusion that it's a learned behavior passed from females to their cubs.
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