Black bear (Ursus americanus) undergoes two different lives, according to the season. In spring, summer, and autumn, they think only of eating. These large animals can be seen on the banks of rivers or lakes looking for salmon. Black bears love tree resins. They peel the ridge of conifers while destroying some trees while doing so. However, these foods are not the most important part of their diet. Black bear foods are typically 25 percent rodents and 75 percent of plants.
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The size of the black bear body varies depending on age, gender, health, and season. In general, adult males have an average weight of 57-250 kg, whereas adult females averagely 41-170 kg. The average adult bear height is 120 to 200 cm.
As winter approaches, the black bear will return to its nest and sleep. For two to four months in winter, body temperature and breathing bear will slow down. He lives in slow motion! But this is not real hibernation. When the temperature gets warmer, it will wake up for a short period of time. During the winter break, he eats little, and now he can regain his strength.
As a solitary animal, the black bear lives in an area of 2.5 to 93 sq km. Mating season occurs from May to July. In January or February, the female bear will give birth to 1-3 bear children. Each weighs no more than 10 ounces. They did not leave their mothers to hibernate in their own territory until the second winter.
The awkward way to walk will make us not think that the black bear is actually an agile animal. He can climb, run, and swim well. These large mammals rarely attack humans unless they are hurt. But the bear parent who was with her children would attack if she felt any danger.