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Hi am a grizzly BEAR.I am in danger.Humans hunt me for my fur.Plz save me.Stop hunting me.I will extinct.
Bears have been hunted since prehistoric times for their meat and fur.There are only eight living species of bear
There are a lot of misconceptions about bears. “Grizzly bears can’t climb trees,” or “bears can’t run downhill” – both untrue. One common misconception is that bears have poor eyesight. The reasons behind this misconception are understandable, but evidence indicates that bears’ eyesight is comparable to our
Brown bears can be found in many habitats, from the fringes of deserts to high mountain forests and ice fields. In Europe, the brown bear is mostly found in mountain woodlands, in Siberia it occurs primarily in forests while in North America they prefer tundra, alpine meadows and coastlines.
Human-related deaths and habitat loss remain significant threats to long-term grizzly bear recovery. During the 1800s, an estimated 50,000 grizzly bears roamed from the Canadian border to Mexico and from the Pacific coast to the Great Plains. Today, grizzly bears in the lower 48 states are relegated to less than two percent of their former range. Grizzly bear populations in some areas are increasing and expansion is occurring back into portions of their historic range, like the plains of the Rocky Mountain Front in Montana. The future of our grizzly bear population relies on people accepting the presence of grizzlies and finding ways to coexist with this charismatic species.
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