The Wolverine shows the its powerful bit
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|The Wolverine (Gulo gulo) is a bear-like and the biggest member of the mustelid mustelid family. It lives in the boreal forests, subarctic and arctic tundra of the northern hemisphere. This marten can catch prey up to moose deer. Tis species is partly endangered because of the fragmented habitat. In Europe exist a breeding progamme for the wolverine managed by Helsinki zoo. |
This picture were made in the Skansen park at Stockholm in a very enlarged enclosure.
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Wow. A good portrait of a wolverine. It really shows that it is a predator. The photo is technically good, too. I wonder, if it is difficult to find wolverines in a densly populated region such as Stockholm.
- [2010-01-13 8:47]
Very impressive view, jaws this bear are huge and I don't want to be near his. I like natural surroundings.
I heard the most respected one of this species volver. very good timing with great teeth You have captured. Details great. In nature, these species must have been exciting to encounter. Thanks for sharing.
This is an interesting capture - and I wonder - did the animal growl or howl?
I think, members would appreciate - if you added some notes about the animal - also mentioning, you photographed it in the zoo.
I like the natural colours - and thanks to the sharp focus we can see even the roof of the mouth.
Concerning the layout in your photo- I think it would improve, if you did not use a square crop. Ergo I have posted to your workshop an example of what I mean.
Have a nice day,