Bear Facts – Interesting Facts About Bear

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Bear Facts

Russians carry guns into space to protect themselves against bears if they land off-course.

License plates in the Canadian Northwest Territories are shaped like polar bears.

In the first Century AD, polar Bears fought seals in Roman Amphitheaters flooded with water.

While Slot bear is having the shaggiest fur, the sun bear has the shortest fur. This allows the sun bear to keep cool in the hot forests of Southasian Asia.

Bears are known as “the beast that walks like a man” by some Native Americans as they can walk on their hind legs for shorter distances.

Polar bear can jump 8 feet in water to surprise a seal.

California’s official state animal, the Californian Grizzly bear is extinct.

Sloth bears favorite food is termites. They don’t have front teeth, so they can suck out insects from their nests like vacuum cleaner.

98 percent of the grizzly bear population lives in Alaska.

Bear is the symbol of the United Russia Party. They are not only a symbol of pride and power in Russia, but have also been common images in fairy tales and myth.

The Ursa major or “Great Bear” constellation is the third largest constellation and contains the Big Dipper.