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Anan Bear Observatory remains popular among tourists

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Photo by KSTK News-A black stands in the way of visitors at the Anan Bear Observatory.

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Photo by KSTK News-Visitors watch as a black bear makes its way down to the creek.

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Photo by KSTK News-A sow gets food for her cub.

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Photo by KSTK News-A black bear waiting for the perfect time to snag a pink salmon.

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Photo by KSTK News-A brown bear makes an appearance at the Anan Bear Observatory.
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