National Geographic : 1934 Jul
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE Photograph by W. M. Rush WHOEVER APPROACHES THE GRIZZLY MOTHER AND CUB DOES SO AT HIS PERIL At the feeding grounds near the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, these huge bears may often be seen. Even the most fearless wild-life enthusiasts let them alone. Some individuals weigh 1,000 pounds or more, though the average is considerably less. Photograph by J. S . Dixon, courtesy National Park Service ROCKY MOUNTAIN MULE DEER HAVE BIG EARS FOR NEWS The animals are plentiful in Yellowstone National Park, where, of course, they are not molested by Nimrods. They attain greater stature than most other American species, an individual often weighing 300 pounds or more.