Photo: Head rub

A juvenile black bear rubs its head on the beam of an elevated walkway at the Mendenhall Glacier Visitors Center on Friday. A naturalist at the center said this is the same bear that received human food about two weeks ago and they are keeping a close watch on it.

A juvenile black bear rubs its head on the beam of an elevated walkway at the Mendenhall Glacier Visitors Center on Friday. A naturalist at the center said this is the same bear that received human food about two weeks ago and they are keeping a close watch on it.

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