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A brown bear was thought to have broken his spine and hidden him in its "larder".
The Himalayan subspecies of the Brown bears were one of the oldest and most significant inhabitants of the Deosai plateau.
Brown bears that live inland, in forests and tundra meadows, are known as grizzly bears.
In April, experts from the Emergency Response Group with the Regional Inspectorate of Environment and Water (RIEW) in Smolyan responded to 12 reports for damages caused by brown bears, said the RIEWas press office.After the rise in temperatures over the last days - from 25 to 30 April, 9 bear attacks on agricultural property were reported.
The brown bears were up high on the mountain, because that is what bears sometimes do.
Team leader Lesley Lewis and curator Richard Brown are well prepared for the moment European brown bears return to DZG.
Himalayan brown bears may look frightening due to their gigantic size and carnivorous nature but they never pose threat to humans as they tend to stay away from humans unless the fight is provoked.
Brown bears are omnivorous and feed on berries, plantrootsand shoots, smallmammals,fish, calves of many hoofed animals, and carrion.
AUTHORITIES yesterday dismissed claims on social media that two brown bears at a wildlife park in Bahrain are struggling in the hot weather.
For Alaska's brown bears, 'being fat in October or November is a sign of success and resilience'.
Various protected areas are established around the world that aim to support a viable population of brown bears, but only some of them are large enough to achieve this goal.
This is what Ignacio Artaza, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) country director, intends to accomplish with his 900 kilometre endurance trek across the Pyrenees mountain range between Spain and France to raise awareness and funds for the Himalayan brown bears in Pakistan.
According to (https://www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/b/brown-bear/) National Geographic, brown bears are known to make their way to Alaskan fishing spots in the summer months when salmons swim upstream.
Even then brown bears were scarce in Spain, but bears remain in the Cantabrian Mountains and in the Pyrenees, which are shared with France.
"Brown bears roaming the high altitudes of the Tibetan Plateau, and brown bears in the western Himalayan mountains, appear to belong to two separate populations," she said.