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Brown bear

Brown bear

Introduction

Head-Body Length: 1.4 to 2.8 m
Height: 70 – 150 cm
Weight: 400 to 550 kg
Identification:Shoulder lies level or flat with back/lacks shoulder hump,Front claws are less than 2 inches long and curved,Black bears are smaller than brown bears, standing 2 – 3.5 feet at the shoulder when on all fours
Habitat: deserts ,mountain forests, ice fields,mountain woodlnds
Diet: grass, leaves, wild berries, nuts, seeds, fruits, bulbs and tubers
Reproduction: The mating season is from mid-May to early July, shifting later the further north the bears are found. Being serially monogamous, brown bears remain with the same mate from a couple of days to a couple of weeks.Outside of this narrow time frame, adult male and female brown bears show no sexual interest in each other.Females mature sexually between the age of four and eight years of age, with an average age at sexual maturity of 5.2–5.5 years old, while males first mate about a year later on average, when they are large and strong enough to successfully compete with other males for mating rights.Males will try to mate with as many females as they can; usually a successful one mates with two females in a span of one to three weeks. The adult female brown bear is similarly promiscuous, mating with up to four, rarely even eight, males while in heat and potentially breeding with two males in a single day. Females come into oestrus on average every three to four years, with a full range of 2.4 to 5.7 years
Behavior: Solitary except during mating season
Status: Although not officially listed as an endangered species in the Unites States, their natural habitat is in fact under constant threat and on the declin

 Interesting-Facts: Brown bears can climb trees to eat or escape predators, but only when they are cubs! As they become adults they become too heavy for climbing

Geographic: North America

KEY FACTS

Name Brown bear,Ursus arctos
Origin northern Eurasia and North America
Size 1.4 to 2.8 m
Litter Size 1-4 cubs
Life span 20 to 30 years in the wild and in captivity 50 years
Reproduction The mating season is from mid-May to early July, shifting later the further north the bears are found. Being serially monogamous, brown bears remain with the same mate from a couple of days to a couple of weeks.Outside of this narrow time frame, adult male and female brown bears show no sexual interest in each other.Females mature sexually between the age of four and eight years of age, with an average age at sexual maturity of 5.2–5.5 years old, while males first mate about a year later on average, when they are large and strong enough to successfully compete with other males for mating rights.Males will try to mate with as many females as they can; usually a successful one mates with two females in a span of one to three weeks
Height 70 – 150 cm
Weight 400 to 550 kg.
Colors Brown

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scientific classification

Kingdom – Animalia
Phylum – Chordata
Class – Mammalia
Order – Carnivora
Family – Ursidae
Genus – Ursus
Genus Species -Ursus arctos

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