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Full Throttle
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Year Designed: 2004
Dimentions: 9.5" H., 7" W., 10" L.
Weight: 8.5 lbs.

This galloping young grizzly is chasing something that has caught his attention. Most people don't realize how fast bears can run. Once they reach "full fhrottle", they are moving about as fast as most racehorses. With a lot of negative space under the bear's body, this sculpture offers many intriguing viewing angles.


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