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Wide-bodied 747 crowned Alaska's fattest bear
by Yereth Rosen
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7 October 2020
On 7 October 2020 Reuters reported:
In Alaska's annual battle of heavyweights, a salmon-chomping bruin named 747 -- like the jetliner -- has emerged as the most fabulously fat. The bear, one of more than 2,200 brown bears roaming Alaska's Katmai National Park and Preserve, was victorious on Tuesday [6 October] after a week of frenzied online voting in what has become an international sensation: Fat Bear Week. For humans, Fat Bear Week is a fun way to learn, from a distance, about nature and Alaska.
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