Touching Spirit Bear: A Symbol Of Native American Culture

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Bears are creative creatures that most people are afraid of, but not Cole from “Touching Spirit Bear.” Bears can be dark brown, gray, bluish, light brown, black, and many other colors. Almost all bears have sharp claws and teeth. They can also smell very keen or good. With the height ranging around three to five feet. Some live by campsites so they eat inedible things. Bears are good at climbing trees, and swimming with ease. They usually only attack when they feel surprised, or threatened. Most bears roam in areas not disturbed by humans. Many bears are hunted for their meat and fur.

The Kermode Bear also known as the “Spirit Bear,” or “Ghost Bear,” is a symbol of the Native American Culture. The Kermode Bear is an unique species

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