Artist, Joseph S. Venus has studied and researched mammals and people of the Pleistocene time period, 10,000 to 15,000 years ago.
Know as the most powerful predator of the Ice Age, the Short-faced Bear was 21% larger than the Alskan Kodiak Bear. Standing on all fours he was 5 1/2' tall and almost 10' long and weighed almost 3/4 of a ton. The long legs indicated he was a swift runner. He had a short snout which closely resembled the feline family.
|Giant Short-Faced Bear|
|Giclee printed on 100% acid free Archival paper|
|Image size 18 3/4" x 13 1/2" $179.99 plus shipping|
|| Wildlife |||| Native American |||| Prehistoric Fremont Culture |||| Utah Ice Age |||| Mountain Men & Cowboys ||
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