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    Last year there was a picture posted of a black bear with the vitals exposed can someone repost that if you have it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by geoff156 View Post
    Last year there was a picture posted of a black bear with the vitals exposed can someone repost that if you have it.
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    Or this one?
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    Pual i agree with the second one better as their is not much behind the back edge of the froint leg when they are in a neutral position their vitals are more compressed than deer and moose.
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