Lake Clark National Park, AK The coasts of Alaska have an amazing low tide that recedes for miles. During these hours, Coastal Brown Bears make their way out on the beach to search for food. Often they find clams and fish to feed on as they wonder the wet sands. As the cold water moves back toward the ocean the warm sun evaporates the small puddles of water left behind which creates a dense fog where the Bears can walk around undetected by others. At the same time it reveals an other worldly place the Bears have adapted too in a pristine environment.
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