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http://www.alaskabearsandwolves.com/a... Several coastal grizzlies eye a giant bull moose in full rut while looking for salmon. Katmai Coast, Alaska. Seen on bear viewing expedition: details visit http://www.nathab.com/america/grizzli... images and film by Naturalist Guide Brad Josephs Brown bears, or coastal grizzlies, converge on streams during summer to feed on spawning salmon in Coastal Alaska. September is moose mating season, and bull moose grow huge antlers, and have elevated testosterone levels. Bull moose in rut are fearless as they search out female mates. Sometimes the shortest distance to a female moose is close to the bears, but bears rarely try to kill giant moose. A bear attacking a moose is risky, and they have plenty of salmon to eat. This moose is an exceptionally large bull, with flattened antlers, a huge spread, and massive bulk. This moose would be a trophy bull, but Hunting is outlawed in Katmai National Park, about 30 miles across the water from Kodiak, Alaska. all bears in this video are alaska coastal brown bears, which is the smae species as a grizzly, but grow large on salmon and rich vegetation. 'Moose vs. Grizzly. Moose vs. brown bear. Alces. sarah palin moose hunter