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Black Bear (Ursus americanus)

Black Bears are an important part of the Northwoods ecosystem. Some of the last bears in the Plains and Minnesota they have been a target of hunters like the Grizzly Bear. Black bears harvest and eat a lot of fresh food. They are smart and have an outstanding sense of smell to locate foods miles away. Black Bears will generally leave people and pets alone.

Strength, Intelligence, Observation

Color: Black, Brown

Height: 3.5 feet

Length: 6 feet

Male Weight: 900 pounds 

Female Weight: 525 pounds

Lifespan: 5-30 years in wild 

Speed: 35 MPH

Black Bear: Welcome
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