Grizzly Bear Cubs
Two grizzly bear cubs in their very first summer relax near a group of bear viewing tourists. The cub on the left is a female, the one on the right a male. The white chevron around a bear cub’s neck is pretty common, and also aids in identification. For example, the boy bear has a much more pronounced white chevron than his sister. Grizzly bears lose the white chevron when they get older.