Resource selection by sympatric free-ranging dairy cattle and brown bears Ursus arctos
Grizzly bears, Ursus arctos
, in Wapusk National Park, northeastern Manitoba.
concinna) Ursus americanus Pseudemys peninsularis USA Ursus americanus Apalone ferox USA Ursus arctos
Testudo hermanni and others northern Greece Ursus arctos
Unspecified western Greece Bear species Citation Helarctos malayanus Wong et al.
Nevertheless, the scientific name Ursus arctos
is still applied today to the California grizzly along with the extant populations of Alaskan brown bears and grizzly bears that survive in other parts of the United States.
ROMANIA Romanian environmentalists have launched a campaign to raise awareness of the plight of the Eurasian brown bear (Ursus arctos arctos
) in the country's Carpathian Mountains, one of the Carnivore's last European strongholds Despite declining numbers and the bear's protected status, the Romanian government still condones bear hunting and has set a quota of 300 bears this year.
A keystone species in several ecosystems, the grizzly (Ursus arctos
horribilis) was listed in 1975 as threatened in the lower 48 states.
PERISTENCE OF THE GRIZZLY BEAR URSUS ARCTOS
HORRIBILIS IN COLORADO: LIKELIHOOD AND IMPLICATIONS.
Feces Ursus Arctos
," the ad helpfully explains in Latin.
Salmon flesh is also appreciated by the brown American, or grizzly, bear (Ursus arctos
horribilis), but in this case it is the Pacific salmon.
Worldwide, there are only eight species, of which North America has three: the black bear (Ursus americanus), grizzly bear (Ursus arctos
horribilis) in the West and Northwest, and polar bear (Ursus maritimus) in the Arctic.
For few animals have showcased the strengths and weaknesses of the landmark act that saved them quite like the strong, intelligent competitor with humans for food and space that we call Ursus arctos
Perhaps the most famous are those for the grizzly bear (Ursus arctos
horribilis; Shaffer 1983, Suchy et al.
the discussion of divorce (177-89), which both draws on and improves upon the article, `Divorce in Later Roman Law,' Arctos
22 (1988), 5-21.
There would be few or no bears left in the wild to give us the data that we have gradually acquired over the years, data that now tell us that all brown bears and grizzlies belong to one species, Ursus arctos
Petersen, himself no slouch when it comes to evoking the glory of grizzly country, provides a more conventional journalistic account of the quest for Ursus arctos