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Grizzly 399, said to be the most famous grizzly in the world, is seen with her 2016 cub of the year on the morning they were first reported in Grand Teton National Park after emerging from their den. The cub was killed in a hit-and-run collision June 19. (c Leine Stikkel)

Famous mother

Grizzly 399 and her 2016 cub of the year, later killed by a vehicle, on the first morning they were reported out of their den.
Travis Walker (American, b. 1976), Paragliders, 2004. Acrylic on Canvas. 54 x 54 inches. Private Collection. (Courtesy of National Museum of Wildlife Art)

An artist’s view of the Tetons

Travis Walker's painting Paragliders is among many visual artists' interpretations of Grand Teton National Park featured in "Grand Teton National Park in Art", an exhibition at the National Museum of Wildlife Art.