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They seem to have no altitudinal preferences and have been recorded from sea level to an elevation of 5,000m (16,000ft) (the latter in the Himalayas). Among all bears, brown bears are uniquely equipped to dig for tough foods such as roots, bulbs [137] and shoots. The largest and most powerful males claim the most fruitful fishing spots and bears (especially males) will sometimes fight over the rights to a prime fishing spot. In 2006, the occurrence of this hybrid in nature was confirmed by testing the DNA of a strange-looking bear that had been shot in the Canadian Arctic, and seven more hybrids have since been confirmed in the same region, all descended from a single female polar bear. They feed on their mother's milk until spring or even early summer, depending on climate conditions.

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Brown bears are also killed in collisions with automobiles, which is a significant cause of mortality in the United States and Europe. In most of their range, brown bears generally seem to prefer semiopen country, with a scattering of vegetation that can allow them a resting spot during the day.Capture, anesthesia, and disturbance of free-ranging brown bears ( Ursus arctos) during hibernation".

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a. stikeenensis are not distinct or cohesive groups, and would more accurately be described as ecotypes. Individual bears also vary in size seasonally, weighing the least in spring due to lack of foraging during hibernation, and the most in late fall, after a period of hyperphagia to put on additional weight to prepare for hibernation.In the mid-19th century United States, the brown bear was termed "Old Ephraim" and sometimes as "Moccasin Joe". Importance of diel behaviour when studying habitat selection: examples from female Scandinavian brown bears ( Ursus arctos)". The projections of the skull are well developed when compared to those of Asian black bears ( Ursus thibetanus): the latter have sagittal crests not exceeding more than 19–20% of the total length of the skull, while the former have sagittal crests comprising up to 40–41% of the skull's length. Morphological Characteristics of the Ovary, Uterus and Embryo during the Delayed Implantation Period in the Hokkaido Brown Bear ( Ursus arctos yesoensis)". Similarly, in British Columbia, bears of the two sexes travel relatively compact home ranges of 115km 2 (44sqmi) and 318km 2 (123sqmi).



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