Fun Facts About Brown Bears; They Carve Caves to Live & Torpor Rather than Hibernate & More

There are some wildlife that people have a real fascination with. They love to see videos of their majestic behavior and sometimes their unique personalities. One of them happens to be bears. There are many species of bears that you might be able to learn more about. They are interesting, strong and scary creatures that people should keep their distance from. Seeing a bear out in the wild is something that no one wants to face. Bears are used as a way to show strength as a sports team mascot and you can see many of these species in zoos as well. One of the most common bears that you might be thinking about is the big brown bear that many people refer to as a grizzly bear. They are a common species and that is why people show such a fascination with them.

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What Color Are Brown Bears?: One of the first things that you might find interesting is that brown bears are not all brown. They are of course most often brown which is why they got the name but they can be other colors as well. Some of the colors that they can be are cream or tan colored and black. If you see a bear and it is not actually brown you might still be seeing a brown bear so don’t let it fool you.
What Do Brown Bears Eat?: You might think about a bear as a big scary creature that goes around hunting prey. The funny thing is that they are considered an omnivore. That means that they are wiling to eat just about anything they come across. They are happy to feed on nuts and berries but would never pass up a fresh salmon or other small mammal. You want to be careful in the wilderness so that they cannot get into your trash.
Where Do Brown Bears Live: This part of their lifestyle is something that might not surprise you. They have large and long claws and will use them to carve a cave out of the side of a mountain. They do make a nice cave that they want to be able to get in and stay in during their torpor (deep sleep). The mother will give birth to their young in the winter. The baby will stay in the cave and will use the mother as a way to feed and also to stay warm. The cave acts as their home through the cold months where the bears will slow their heart rate down to ten beats in a single minute.
Are Brown Bears the Largest Bear Species?: You might think that this big, furry bear is the largest of all the species but they are not. They are actually only the second largest bear with the polar bear taking the first spot. The male brown bear can actually reach up to 900 pounds when they are fully grown and matured.

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