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  • 1. BEARS
    • Grizzly Bears
    • Polar Bears
    • Panda Bears
  • 2. Grizzly Bears
    • ...eat over a hundred different types of plants, many species of insects, fish, ground squirrels, and several larger animals as well. They are carnivores. 
    • ...have a large hump of muscle and fat over the shoulder that gives them strength and power. This muscle is very useful for digging.
    • ...have long front claws that are also useful for digging, tearing apart logs in search of insects, and other foods.
  • 3. Did you know…
    • ...can be any color (brown, cinnamon, blonde, black), but are most often a dark brown with silver-tipped hairs giving them a 'grizzly' look.
    • ...have forty-two teeth.
    • ...can live up to thirty years in the wild, but normally up to twenty-five
  • 4. More Grizzly Facts
    • ...can run thirty-five to forty miles per hour.
    • ...are ...have between one and three cubs at a time.
    • ...give birth during their winter sleep, usually in January or February
    • very curious and love to play.
  • 5. Polar Bears
    • Polar Bears live in the Artic.
    • Their fur is usually white, but can look yellow in the summer.
    • A polar bears skin is black.
  • 6. More about Polar Bears
    • Their paws are big, and this makes them great swimmers.
    • The cubs are usually born between November and January.
    • They live to be 25 to 30 years old.
  • 7. Did you know…
    • Mother polar bears usually have between one and five cubs every three to four years.
    • The cubs are born with their eyes closed.
    • Polar bears are carnivores and they like to eat seals.
  • 8. Panda Bears
    • Panda Bears are the most loved and popular bears in the world.
    • http://www.worldwildlife.org/pandas/interview.cfm
  • 9. Bears can be fun! Now you know many new facts about three different kinds of bears. Thanks for watching my slide show! Grizzly Bear Polar Bear Panda Bears

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