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  • 1. American Black Bear Mauricio Aviles Mr. Buchmann Period 0
  • 2. Statistics
    • They can weight up to 500lb.
    • Males are much more larger than females
    • Height to shoulder: 3 ft.
    • Length: 4-6 ft.
    • North American Black Bear is said to be the least aggressive.
    • They live for about 20 years
  • 3. Interesting Facts about Black Bears
    • Black bears are not true hibernators. During their winter dormant period, though, they do not eat, drink, urinate, or defecate, but may wake up if disturbed.
  • 4. Similar Bears
  • 5. Habitat
  • 6. Food Source
    • Diet: All types of vegetation and plant material, fish, small mammals, and carrion
  • 7. Human Interaction
    • Bears usually stay away from people. But a surprised bear, especially a mother bear, might attack.
    • If you go into the woods, make noise as you walk to let any black bears in the area know you are coming.
    • Sometimes bears don’t run because they smell food. If you’re in or near a forest, always put food and garbage in an airtight container.
  • 8. Works Cited
    • King, Judith: Wildlife Fact File.
    • Pittsburg, PA: International Masters Publishers, 1997
    • Helmer, Diana Star. &quot;Black Bears.&quot; PowerKids Life Science, Rosen Publishing Group, Inc., 2011. 29 Apr. 2011 < http://www.pklifescience.com/article/50/black-bears >.
    • http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/black-bear/
  • 9. Image Credits
    • http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/1/1f/American_Black_bear_map.png/220px-American_Black_bear_map.png
    • http://www.pklifescience.com/staticfiles/articles/images/PKLS1875_inline.png
    • http://www.bear.org/website/images/stories/images/HWB_800x600/HWB_Slide28_FS.jpg
    • http://ipcrew.com/Summer%202005/July/July9/July9-NS-BlackBearFish.jpg
    • http://www.bearhunting.us/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/blackbear2.jpg
    • http://www.firstpeople.us/pictures/bear/1024x768/Black-Bear-Side-On-1024x768.jpg
    • http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2011/01/01/article-1343111-0C9D2CB9000005DC-494_634x425.jpg
    • http://www.pacificwild.org/media2/images/335/spirit_bear/3ianmcallister.jpg
    • http://www.nicolasdory.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/2010_05_23_OursNoirCannelle_5961.jpg
    • http://images.nationalgeographic.com/wpf/media-live/photos/000/002/cache/black-bear_233_600x450.jpg