|Title: Brown Bear, Alternative Title: Ursus arctos, Creator: Hillebrand, Steve, Source: DI-W5B1317, Publisher: (none), Contributor: ASSISTANT REGIONAL DIRECTOR-EXTERNAL AFFAIRS.|
Language: EN - ENGLISH, Rights: (public domain), Audience: (general), Subject: Animals, Mammals, Bears, Brown Bears, Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska.
"Grizzly bears are also called brown bears, and are found throughout the Preserve. Bears on the Seward Peninsula are not the largest members of this species, but 500 pound (230 kg.) bears can be seen here on occasion. Brown bears are most common in the mountains north of Nome and the population in the Preserve is fairly small. There are no black bears in or near the Preserve. Bears are actively hunted throughout the region and tend to be shy around people. Most visitors to the region will never see a bear." Grizzly bears (Ursus arctos) FULL TEXT,
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