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    Hmmm... I knew this would happen. He hibernates in Great Gulf, then he wakes up hungry and grumpy. Glad the North View Cam caught the action.
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    Quote Originally Posted by forestgnome
    Hmmm... I knew this would happen. He hibernates in Great Gulf, then he wakes up hungry and grumpy. Glad the North View Cam caught the action.
    See, at least you know the truth. Everyone else thinks it is a drawing.
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    In the old days the image would have been caught by the camera and lost forever. But now we have image archiving to capture and save these fleeting images.
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    So true, how many flame-tongued reptiles have been lost to history?

    Quote Originally Posted by Brad
    In the old days the image would have been caught by the camera and lost forever. But now we have image archiving to capture and save these fleeting images.

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    One can not imagine how many have passed by the summit and been missed by any viewer. What is amazing to think is this creature was caught by the web camera exactly when the every 15 minute image was captured. Such luck we may never have again.
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