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Today marks the official start of Fat Bear Week , basically October Madness for Alaska's salmon-chomping, chonky brown bears. Fans of the big-bellied omnivores can vote for the fattest of 12 fat bears in a single-elimination tournament on Facebook to determine which animal camped out on the banks of the Brooks River in Katmai National Park should be crowned jiggliest of them all. The contest first began in to raise awareness of the bears and the critical part migrating salmon play in helping them pack on the pounds for winter. Over the years, Fat Bear Week has grown into a cult competition, with fans poring over live footage of the bears hosted at Explore. As a press release explains, the bears station themselves near the Brooks River during the annual sockeye salmon run and gorge themselves on as much fish as they can catch. The bears, eating almost non-stop, will ingest about 90 pounds of fish, berries, small mammals and vegetation per day to prepare themselves for hibernation.
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Created by Angelo Sindaco, the cookbook contains a number of sexy images of bears creating unique Italian meals and all of the book's recipes informed by the different regional dishes throughout Italy. The Huffington Post chatted with Sindaco this week about "Cooking with the Bears —- Healthy Recipes by Hairy Men" to find out what readers can expect from the cookbook. The Huffington Post: Why did you decide to embark on this project? Angelo Sindaco: The idea came to my mind about two years ago.
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