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Fat Albert postures in front of a pool of water. ALASKA, USA: PHOTOGRAPHER snaps a TEN STONE OVERWEIGHT polar bear in Alaska that could be the FATTEST ALIVE. Candid pictures show the colossal mammal in squishing distance of a tiny seagull whilst eye-balling the camera, before letting out a monumental yawn. They say everything is larger in the states, and this is even the case with the polar bears as these images show. The photographs show the gargantuan beast waking up covered in brown furry spots, caused by a long nap in the sand. The shots were taken on Barter Island, Katovik, Alaska, USA, on a Fujifilm GFX50s with Canon 500mm f/4 Lens. The sequence ends with the beast checking out his body in the reflection of a nearby pond, but photographer, Edward Boudreau (56), from Eagle River, Alaska, thinks the brute is proud of his size. mediadrumworld.com/EdwardBoudreau/@ed_boudreau_photography
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MIRROR IMAGE - The portly polar checks himself out. ALASKA, USA: PHOTOGRAPHER snaps a TEN STONE OVERWEIGHT polar bear in Alaska that could be the FATTEST ALIVE. Candid pictures show the colossal mammal in squishing distance of a tiny seagull whilst eye-balling the camera, before letting out a monumental yawn. They say everything is larger in the states, and this is even the case with the polar bears as these images show. The photographs show the gargantuan beast waking up covered in brown furry spots, caused by a long nap in the sand. The shots were taken on Barter Island, Katovik, Alaska, USA, on a Fujifilm GFX50s with Canon 500mm f/4 Lens. The sequence ends with the beast checking out his body in the reflection of a nearby pond, but photographer, Edward Boudreau (56), from Eagle River, Alaska, thinks the brute is proud of his size. mediadrumworld.com/EdwardBoudreau/@ed_boudreau_photography
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SIZE COMPARISON - Fat Albert looks at cameraman Edward Boudreau (56). Albert is pictured next to a small seagull that he could easily squish. ALASKA, USA: PHOTOGRAPHER snaps a TEN STONE OVERWEIGHT polar bear in Alaska that could be the FATTEST ALIVE. Candid pictures show the colossal mammal in squishing distance of a tiny seagull whilst eye-balling the camera, before letting out a monumental yawn. They say everything is larger in the states, and this is even the case with the polar bears as these images show. The photographs show the gargantuan beast waking up covered in brown furry spots, caused by a long nap in the sand. The shots were taken on Barter Island, Katovik, Alaska, USA, on a Fujifilm GFX50s with Canon 500mm f/4 Lens. The sequence ends with the beast checking out his body in the reflection of a nearby pond, but photographer, Edward Boudreau (56), from Eagle River, Alaska, thinks the brute is proud of his size. mediadrumworld.com/EdwardBoudreau/@ed_boudreau_photography
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You could mistake this polar bear for a big grizzly bear after brown fur caused by snoozing in the sand. ALASKA, USA: PHOTOGRAPHER snaps a TEN STONE OVERWEIGHT polar bear in Alaska that could be the FATTEST ALIVE. Candid pictures show the colossal mammal in squishing distance of a tiny seagull whilst eye-balling the camera, before letting out a monumental yawn. They say everything is larger in the states, and this is even the case with the polar bears as these images show. The photographs show the gargantuan beast waking up covered in brown furry spots, caused by a long nap in the sand. The shots were taken on Barter Island, Katovik, Alaska, USA, on a Fujifilm GFX50s with Canon 500mm f/4 Lens. The sequence ends with the beast checking out his body in the reflection of a nearby pond, but photographer, Edward Boudreau (56), from Eagle River, Alaska, thinks the brute is proud of his size. mediadrumworld.com/EdwardBoudreau/@ed_boudreau_photography
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Fat Albert takes a big yawn. ALASKA, USA: PHOTOGRAPHER snaps a TEN STONE OVERWEIGHT polar bear in Alaska that could be the FATTEST ALIVE. Candid pictures show the colossal mammal in squishing distance of a tiny seagull whilst eye-balling the camera, before letting out a monumental yawn. They say everything is larger in the states, and this is even the case with the polar bears as these images show. The photographs show the gargantuan beast waking up covered in brown furry spots, caused by a long nap in the sand. The shots were taken on Barter Island, Katovik, Alaska, USA, on a Fujifilm GFX50s with Canon 500mm f/4 Lens. The sequence ends with the beast checking out his body in the reflection of a nearby pond, but photographer, Edward Boudreau (56), from Eagle River, Alaska, thinks the brute is proud of his size. mediadrumworld.com/EdwardBoudreau/@ed_boudreau_photography
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SURVIVAL OF THE FATTEST - This polar bear lives off seals and whale meat. ALASKA, USA: PHOTOGRAPHER snaps a TEN STONE OVERWEIGHT polar bear in Alaska that could be the FATTEST ALIVE. Candid pictures show the colossal mammal in squishing distance of a tiny seagull whilst eye-balling the camera, before letting out a monumental yawn. They say everything is larger in the states, and this is even the case with the polar bears as these images show. The photographs show the gargantuan beast waking up covered in brown furry spots, caused by a long nap in the sand. The shots were taken on Barter Island, Katovik, Alaska, USA, on a Fujifilm GFX50s with Canon 500mm f/4 Lens. The sequence ends with the beast checking out his body in the reflection of a nearby pond, but photographer, Edward Boudreau (56), from Eagle River, Alaska, thinks the brute is proud of his size. mediadrumworld.com/EdwardBoudreau/@ed_boudreau_photography
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There are an estimated almost 3000 polar bears in Alaska, the largest subpopulation in the Arctic. And perhaps this bear is the largest of them all. ALASKA, USA: PHOTOGRAPHER snaps a TEN STONE OVERWEIGHT polar bear in Alaska that could be the FATTEST ALIVE. Candid pictures show the colossal mammal in squishing distance of a tiny seagull whilst eye-balling the camera, before letting out a monumental yawn. They say everything is larger in the states, and this is even the case with the polar bears as these images show. The photographs show the gargantuan beast waking up covered in brown furry spots, caused by a long nap in the sand. The shots were taken on Barter Island, Katovik, Alaska, USA, on a Fujifilm GFX50s with Canon 500mm f/4 Lens. The sequence ends with the beast checking out his body in the reflection of a nearby pond, but photographer, Edward Boudreau (56), from Eagle River, Alaska, thinks the brute is proud of his size. mediadrumworld.com/EdwardBoudreau/@ed_boudreau_photography