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    Bears are capable of adapting to numerous changes of environment. This is why there is such a wide variety of bears, and it is why each species is different and has its own unique characteristics. These traits are often necessary in order for the bear to survive with its surroundings (“Bear”). There are three kinds of bears in North America, and the most common is the American black bear (“North America’s Bears…”) They are normally found in forests and make great tree climbers, but may be seen in mountains and swamps. Black bears can be blue-gray, blue-black, brown, cinnamon, or even white, but this is rare (“American Black Bears…”). The grizzly or brown bear lives in British Columbia, Alberta, the Yukon and Northwest territories and is also…

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    Essay On Black Bears

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    The american black bear appears to be all across all of north america, although the subspecies of the louisiana black bear is only known to be seen in louisiana, western mississippi, and east texas. When in comparison to other black bears the louisiana black bear is much different. THe black bear of louisiana has a longer, more narrow and latter skull than any other black bear. It also has larger molar teeth.Right now we appraise that somewhere around 500 and 750 Louisiana black bears in the…

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    Louisiana Black Bear Essay

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    also known as the Louisiana black bear, is a big mammal that can be found along the Lower Mississippi River Valley. This solitary mammal weights between 200 to 400 pounds and it is characterized from other black bears for having a longer, narrower and flatter nose, with larger molar teeth. It has a life cycle similar to many other types of bears; they spend their first couple of years with their mothers. During winters they den, and when they become adults they mate. Their sense of smell is…

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    Giant Pandas are native to China, where they are considered a national treasure. However, pandas are endangered. Only about 1,600 live in the wild, and about 100 of them live in zoos around the world. Also called, great pandas, parti-colored bears, white bears, and bamboo bears, Giant Pandas are distinguished from other pandas by their large size and black-and-white coloring. The bold coloring actually may provide camouflage. Giant pandas live up to their name. They are 4-5 feet (1.2 to…

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    Black Bear Essay For Kids

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    The black bear is the smallest of the North American bears (“Be”, 2012). It has small eyes and ears are well-rounded. The Black Bear has 42 teeth: 12 incisors, 4 canines, 16 premolars and 10 molars. They weigh on average of 300 to 400 pounds (the female considerably less), they stand 27 to 36 inches high at the shoulder. There is an estimated number of 600,000 black bears in North America. How would you properly take care of a black bear in captivity? If you are wanting to own a black bear…

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    In the article "Did you bring the bear spray dear?” published on Nov 17th of 2008 the author, Chris Selley interviews experts on bears and bear attacks and in order to know how common are black bear attacks and how to prevent them and how to act if someone finds himself or herself face to face with a black bear. Most bear attacks occur in natural environments rather than urban spaces and in North American only a small number of those attacks are lethal. Expert on bear attacks, Stephen Herrero,…

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    Essay On Bear Management

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    Bear Management in Montana Forests Those who live in Montana coexist with a vast array of wildlife. One of the most spectacular and intimidating species that can be encountered is the North American Black and Grizzly Bear. Not only are they a species that can be appreciated for their powerful beauty, but they contribute much to the ecosystem as well. Some of their ecological roles include being seed dispensers and nutrient providers ("Black Bear Biology," 2016.) The berries the bears’ consume…

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    The Animal Collector In a large enterprise building, the CEO Mr Gregory lies nonchalantly on his revolving chair covered with the lush brown coat of a grizzly bear. He was looking out into the marvelous Settle skyline through a floor-to-ceiling window when his attention was attracted to something else, it was a palm-sized specimen of an endangered mouse-lemur he had recently obtained from Madagascar placed on an elaborate stand on his desk. It had eyes just as bright and lively as it was…

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    going to find the Spirit Bear! Paul couldn’t sleep that night. His brain wouldn’t shut up, from thinking about the different types of pictures he wanted to capture, imagining what the white black bear would look like, to coming to the realization that Marvin never spoke of a time or place to meet him. In all Paul’s photography career, not once has he been so nervous. So much pressure came with tomorrow, if he couldn’t snap a picture of the Spirit Bear, Hartley Bay could be in real danger and he…

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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.…

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