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Is there anything in there? One of the brown bears living in the wildlife reserve at Springe, Germany, is very busy examining a big bone. When you see them like this, you might rather think of "Teddy bears" than of dangerous wild animals - and yet, the brown bear is by far the most dangerous predator in Europe! Brown bear,Carnivora,Geotagged,Germany,Ursidae,Ursus arctos Click/tap to enlarge

Is there anything in there?

One of the brown bears living in the wildlife reserve at Springe, Germany, is very busy examining a big bone. When you see them like this, you might rather think of "Teddy bears" than of dangerous wild animals - and yet, the brown bear is by far the most dangerous predator in Europe!

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The grizzly bear is a large population of the brown bear inhabiting North America. Scientists generally do not use the name grizzly bear but call it the North American brown bear.

Multiple morphological forms sometimes recognized as subspecies exist, including the mainland grizzly , Kodiak bear , peninsular grizzly , and the recently extinct California grizzly and Mexican grizzly bear . On average bears near the coast tend to be larger while inland grizzlies tend to be smaller.

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Similar species: Carnivorans
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Uploaded Aug 19, 2013. Captured Aug 18, 2013 17:48 in L461, 31832 Springe, Germany.
  • NIKON D50
  • f/6.0
  • 10/3200s
  • 300mm