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Photo Of The Day By Troy Harrison
Photo By Troy Harrison
Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Wild World” by Troy Harrison. Location: Lake Clark National Park, Alaska.
“A little brown bear cub poses in front of the distant mountains that make up the wide range of its home in Lake Clark National Park, Alaska,” describes Harrison.
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