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Taking Care of Black Bears

By Joy Shiela Subscribe to RSS | February 8th 2012 | Views:
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The famous black Bears having a scientific name of Ursus americanus could be seen only in North America. Many people assume that Black Bears can be found in the wilderness in forests of the Eastern part of United States but a hundreds of them are distributed in the Northern America. The habitats of this black Types of Bears can be seen from Alaska to Florida and it loves the forested parts wherein they can live behind the trees.

Black bears usually avoid grizzly bears and that any animals that lived in open habitats. These bears have magnificent sense of smell and eyesight as well. Though they've an awkward gait because they've short legs than the forearms they're some of the intelligent Bear.

Though with the name implies black Bear, they also comes in numerous colors and you will find almost 16 subspecies found and is also extinct as well. The government is now doing their best to avoid poaching and trading of bears locally and internationally and because of this effort, the population is rising steadily.

Even though black bears aren't recognized to have harm humans, they can still kill humans the same as their cousin grizzly bear. These black bears may seen unaggressive when looked at and this believed the results of the habitat they're living.

Black Bear is adapted to large and thick trees with mountain foliages. They often take advantage of the vegetation that is present in the forest whenever they try to escape from other potential animals. Their diet usually contains plants and sometimes mammals including salmon, moose and deer.

The size of black bears are a lot more like grizzlies and will have a weight of 273 kg and has a cinnamon to chocolate brown fur color. The head of a black Bear are smaller and that they are held higher than the other bears. They do not have the shoulder hump that can be seen on the grizzly Types of Bears..|Black bears have no shoulder hump which is commonly seen in grizzly Bears. Their claws are curvier sharp as well to help them climb trees and mountains.

The cubs' play which are wrestled and climbing are part of their play activities and these might help them develop their activities for them to survive. They will be able to learn how to climb at a very young age.

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