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Engaging Facts About Bears That You Have To Read

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Is the bear you favorite animal? There are lots of things that people don’t know about them, so this why I gathered some Engaging Facts About Bears That You Have To Read. Scroll down and read something more about these interesting animals!

If you don’t know the age of a bear, the easiest way to find out is to count the ring on its tooth root in a cross section under a microscope.

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Bears can run really fast and they often break the limit on the US roads.

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Did you know that bears can walk on their hind legs? Yes, they can walk short distances just like men and people often refer to them as beasts that walk like men.

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The average lifetime of a bear is 30 years.

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The bear fur has two layers, one of which is short and the other long. The short layer of fur keeps the bear warm while the other prevents the water to get in touch with the short fur.

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The sad truth is that many bears all around the world are abused for bear dancing, bear bile farming and bear baiting.

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The biting power of a bear is strong enough to break a bowling ball and this is why this animal is considered to be one of the strongest animals in the wilderness.

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Bears are considered to be one of the most intelligent land animals. Their brains are complex and large and they can even cover their track so hunters can’t find them.

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Bears can see in color which is not characteristic of other mammals.

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The stomach of a bear can hold up for 68 kilograms of meat, but they are also known to eat engines, snowmobile seats and lots of rubber boots.

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There are eight bear species. Four of them live in the south hemisphere while the rest live in the north hemisphere. Did you know that they have never lived in the Antarctica and Australia? They also don’t live in Africa nowadays too, but fossils have been found there a long time ago.

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When bears hibernate they don’t defecate. Their body has the power to turn the body waste into protein.

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Most bears move their ears to catch up sounds, and the only one that doesn’t do that is the giant panda.

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Bears’ lips are not attached to their gums!

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