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    The Bear Parody

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    As the famous saying goes, “Bears would be bears”. Okay. That’s not a saying. But whether you like it not, no one would ever dare to stand toe-to-toe with a massive 7-footer, 500-lb, fanged, fury mammal. Even the bravest hunter would rattle in fear when a wild, hungry bear had its eyes fixed directly onto him while in ready-to-attack beast mode. Who would have thought that a fury brown grizzly would tear your apart for lunch? Freaky! But don’t worry folks. No matter how hungry and outrageous such a beast is, you could still be safe. Even it is right in front of you. Yes. You heard that absolutely. Solution -- grab your friends, your very best friends and gather like a bunch of “eat all you can”” buffet meal. Trust me. You are making a way out…

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    • Polar bears and brown bears can produce a hybrid offspring • Polar bears evolved from brown bears • The timing of when polar bears first appeared is vital because it determines when they have experienced warm periods with little sea ice historically • Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) – relationships based on differences in a group of genes • The polar bear genome discovered alterations in genes related to the development of the heart, cardiovascular function and lipid metabolism – this is why…

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    Most bear encounters are not documented, as they were just sightings with no immediate danger. However 13 states that keep detailed records saw a 23% increase in bear encounters from 2010 to 2012. The bear population is growing and in some states like Florida both the bear and human population is growing. You can say we are living in the bear's backyard, and that means a greater likelihood of a bear encounter. There have been literally thousands of instances where bears have frightened workers,…

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    Teen Bear Research Paper

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    When The Bear Family Moves Once Upon a Time a family of bears were moving in town from there old home in minnesota the family had a momma bear, a father bear and one Teen bear. The family was moving because of the Teen bear getting bullied in school . He was cut from His school Bearball team. The baby bears friends made the team and that made him sad cause now he would have nobody to play with After School. So Everybody at school started to bully him because he wasn't on the team. So Thats…

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    The Bear That Wasn’t by Frank Tashlin expresses the topic and main idea of a bear who struggles with loss of identity. In the beginning of the story,the bear is hibernating, oblivious to the construction of a factory above him. As he emerges from his slumber and walks outside, the foreman yells at the bear for not working. The bear simply replies ‘but I’m a bear.’ The foreman insisted that the bear is a silly man who needs a shave and wears a fur coat. The bear denies it repeatedly, so is taken…

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    Research Paper On Bears

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    Bears are mammals of the family Ursidae. Bears are classified as caniforms, or doglike carnivorans, with the pinnipeds being their closest living relatives. Although only eight species of bears are extant, they are widespread, appearing in a wide variety of habitats throughout the Northern Hemisphere and partially in the Southern Hemisphere. Bears are found on the continents of North America, South America, Europe, and Asia. Common characteristics of modern bears include large bodies with…

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    Bear Lab Hypothesis

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    The objective of the BearCam experiment was to collect data and analyze to determine whether the grizzly bears prefer to fish independently or in groups at the McNeil River Falls. I collected the data within different times of the day between 7:34 A.M. – 7:02 P.M. My hypothesis is that bears prefer to fish independently rather than in groups. Methods: For the collection of data I used the random number generator to find the pictures of the bears and analyze whether they prefer to fish for their…

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    This quote heavily applies to the protagonist throughout the entirety Touching Spirit Bear by Ben Mikaelsen. In this story, the reader follows the story of Cole Matthews, a fifteen-year-old juvenile delinquent from Minneapolis. Cole narrowly escapes going to court for assaulting a classmate named Peter Driscal after he tried to turn him in for robbing a store. Instead of going to court and most likely jail, Cole is sent to Circle Justice. It is decided that Cole should be sent away to a remote…

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    vidently June is bear month. Here are just a few of the June 2012 headlines: • Payson, Arizona - two attacks in one week • British Colombia, Canada - man attacked while in his hot tub at home • Cape Cod, Massachusetts - rare sighting of animal roving Cape Cod • Boulder, Colorado - animal roaming campus of University of Colorado • Greenwich, New Jersey - bear wandering neighborhood • Grafton, New Hampshire - woman attached at her back door • Manchester, New Hampshire - found wandering streets of…

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    Overheating A Polar Bear

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    Polar bears need to adapt to the cold weather of their climate so they have thick, dense hair. This hair covers almost every part of their body except for their muzzle and footpads. Ironically, Polar bears overheat. To keep from overheating polar bears perform many different actions to regulate their body temperature. Polar bears are known to move quite slowly, but they do this to keep a stable body temperature. Polar bears release extra body heat through their muzzle, ears, and footpads. These…

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