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Bear history

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  • 1. Information about bears By:Kyle
  • 2. Brown Bear the brown bear is always thought to be dangerous but it isn't it only attacks when you did something mean to it. It lives in grassy, tundra, and lightly forest areas. It eats vegetation, grubs, rodents, and salmon. This bear also is sometimes called a grizzly bear.
  • 3. Grizzly Bear This animal lives in Alaska, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, and Washington. They mostly eat berries, fish, and sometimes grass. These animals are massive. They have hard for heads.
  • 4. Polar bear Polar bears live in peace in their habitat. Their enemies are humans! They are omnivores. They can also swim. Their habitat is in Antarctica. They eat seals, fish, and penguins.
  • 5. Panda Bear A panda bear has many names. They live in central China. Pandas eat bugs and bamboo trees. Their enimies snow leopards and people.
  • 6. Black Bears They mostly eat fruit and nuts. They can be found mostly in the forest region. The black bear has a huge population in North America. They are omnivores. They also have really good eye sight.
  • 7. Red Panda Bear They live in central China. These animals are similar to Panda bears. These animals also eat bamboo, acorns, fruits, eggs, and roots. They are herbivores.
  • 8. Thanks for reading