Imagine, you wake up from sleep and find a bear in a tent. Seeing a big wild animal looming before you may be one of the most frightening encounters in life, and indeed that is the case. Save yourself from bear attacks is a life and death situation. Your survival depends on how fast you recognize the type of bear, its attitude towards you and your willingness to do anything to survive. You can use Bear Coloring Pages for Students and Teachers.

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If one day you are out of luck and meet a bear at close range and the animal seems determined to attack you, here are some suggestions for survival. Knowing the type of bear associated with how to deal with attacks. Remember that color and size are not the only clues to recognizing bear species – even people who are quite familiar with bears can have difficulty determining the difference between a very large black bear and a grizzly.

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The color of the bear snout is usually brighter than the whole body; many black bears also have white fields on the neck or chest. When standing a black bear can reach a height of 60-100 cm, if measured up to the shoulder, and when standing on the back leg can reach 1.2 to 2.1 meters in height. Pay attention to prominent features such as straight faces, straight dorsal lines, small heads and dark, short claws. You can use Bear Coloring Pages for Students and Teachers.

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Brown bears (Ursus arctos and Ursus arctos horribilis), including the “Grizzly” subspecies bear: Brown bears are spread throughout Eurasia and North America. The weight of a brown bear can reach 300 kg to 680 kg, with the Kodiak bear being the largest bear (its size rivals polar bears).

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¬†Again, the color of feathers can vary from black to blonde, with special features of silvery feathers that look “grizzled” (gray) or “decorated with gray fur”, because that is called “grizzly”. In a standing state, the grizzly can reach a height of 2.7 to 3.6 meters. In the species of brown bear, grizzly and Kodiak, look for dominant traits such as humps protruding above the shoulders, backlines sloping, faces curved inward or concave, large heads and brightly colored, long curved claws.¬† You can Bear Coloring Pages for Students and Teachers.

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