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Bam Bam sketches out a wolf on a tree stump in Alaskan Bush People

Bam Bam from Alaskan Bush People has revealed his hidden passion for art. He likes to take charcoals from the fire and just draw on stumps or whatever is nearby.

Taking his inspiration from the world around him he he sketches wolves and other animals, using just what he finds as a medium.

Bam, 28, is the family’s second born son and he likes to spend a lot of his free time alone in the wilderness.

Alaskan Bush People follows the life of one of American’s most unusual families.

The Browns live with their seven children in the Alaskan wilderness, often not seeing any outsiders for months.

The family recently had to move after their cabin was destroyed. Now they are even deeper into the woods and indeed not out of the woods either!

The show airs on Discovery Fridays at 9/8c.

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