The bull's head took the bear full in the back and his momentum carried him under the bear and he flipped him over INSERT IMAGE
his head. The bear hit the ground with a resounding crash and the bull whirled and tried to gore it from the side. The bear,
however, was equally fast and rose on his hind legs, pulling his forelegs and head out of the way. Still as the bull passed his razor-
pointed horn raked a gash across the bear's stomach
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