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    Silverback and color study

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    Very nice! I like the colors.

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    Silverback and color study

    Speaking on behalf of my relatives, the term "SIlverback" is a descriptive term refering to the variation of mature coloration where the back of the Grizzly is silvery-gray in color, as opposed to the varying shades of brown found on other bears.
    All different shades and colors are found throughout the Grizzly's range all over the North American continent. It is simply a genetic trait that is passed along by breeding, just as hair color is in humans. Two cubs from the same mother could be different colors, including the 'silverback' variable,once the bear grows to maturity.
    This "question" actually has two grizzlies fighting each other.

    You mean a GORILLA? ! ! You gotta be KIDDING? ! ! !
    MOST male Grizzlies are bigger than Volkswagens!
    Not only does a Grizzly have TWICE the muscle mass of ANY monkey, but, with 5-7 inch foreclaws, any adult Grizzly would rip a monkey to SHREADS in SECONDS! A go-rilla would'nt stand a CHANCE against ANY Grizzly, male OR female!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sohel001 View Post
    Speaking on behalf of my relatives, the term "SIlverback" is a descriptive term refering to the variation of mature coloration where the back of the Grizzly is silvery-gray in color, as opposed to the varying shades of brown found on other bears.
    All different shades and colors are found throughout the Grizzly's range all over the North American continent. It is simply a genetic trait that is passed along by breeding, just as hair color is in humans. Two cubs from the same mother could be different colors, including the 'silverback' variable,once the bear grows to maturity.
    This "question" actually has two grizzlies fighting each other.

    You mean a GORILLA? ! ! You gotta be KIDDING? ! ! !
    MOST male Grizzlies are bigger than Volkswagens!
    Not only does a Grizzly have TWICE the muscle mass of ANY monkey, but, with 5-7 inch foreclaws, any adult Grizzly would rip a monkey to SHREADS in SECONDS! A go-rilla would'nt stand a CHANCE against ANY Grizzly, male OR female!
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    This had to have been the weirdest crit I've ever had...um, thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sohel001 View Post
    Speaking on behalf of my relatives, the term "SIlverback" is a descriptive term refering to the variation of mature coloration where the back of the Grizzly is silvery-gray in color, as opposed to the varying shades of brown found on other bears.
    All different shades and colors are found throughout the Grizzly's range all over the North American continent. It is simply a genetic trait that is passed along by breeding, just as hair color is in humans. Two cubs from the same mother could be different colors, including the 'silverback' variable,once the bear grows to maturity.
    This "question" actually has two grizzlies fighting each other.

    You mean a GORILLA? ! ! You gotta be KIDDING? ! ! !
    MOST male Grizzlies are bigger than Volkswagens!
    Not only does a Grizzly have TWICE the muscle mass of ANY monkey, but, with 5-7 inch foreclaws, any adult Grizzly would rip a monkey to SHREADS in SECONDS! A go-rilla would'nt stand a CHANCE against ANY Grizzly, male OR female!
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    Knowledge from lifetime study of my Totem Animal.
    WTF?? But Anyways.... Its great, I love the colours and the emotions portrayed on the face, it would be brilliant if you maybe worked on the eyes a bit, to increases the emotion in the pic. But overall its great

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