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A study of the movement of a trot in a Polar Bear. The formidable adaptations to water are seen in the flattened head structure, small ears, and streamlined swimmer’s body and legs, huge webbed feet. On land this bear showed her trot to be fluid and effortless, energy saving and efficient. This sculpture is freestanding with the balance only on two feet. This was a younger female seen in the spring at the St. Félicien zoo in Quebec. 


Approximate size:  10 inches long by 3 inches wide by 6 inches tall (25 cm by 8 cm by 14 cm). 


Approximate weight/mass:  2.1 lbs. (0.9 kg).


Winterstone casting. Finished in acrylic pigments. Open edition.

Trotting Bear

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