Ursus arctos

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Even with regard to the removal of the brown bear, we cannot speak of a parallel existence of a legal basis, since the annex to the Ordinance on the measure for the removal of specimens of the brown bear species (Ursus arctos) from nature until 30 September 2019 was abolished and remitted to the Administrative Court of acceptance.
Movement and activity pattern of a brown bear (Ursus arctos L.) tracked in Central Balkan Mountain, Bulgaria.
Mots cles : ours polaire; Ursus maritimus; grizzli; Ursus arctos; hybride; microsatellites; Extreme-Arctique; Territoires du Nord-Ouest; detroit du Vicomte de Melville
(2011) used growth models to indicate the association between sexual-growth divergence and onset of reproduction in female brown bears (Ursus arctos); they concluded that, after weaning, males grow faster and for a longer period of time than do females.
A male brown bear (Ursus arctos) surrounded by mosquitos.
Licanin, "Brown bear (Ursus arctos L.) damages at forest stands in Central Bosnia Canton," in Works of Faculty of Forestry University of Sarajevo, vol.
By what name is the North American creature Ursus arctos horribilis better known?
Trying to capture that effect in a small quote is difficult, but, as an example, here are a few lines from "We Were in the World," a prose poem: "Once, some alphabet believers, glass purveyors, Ursus Arctos killers, sent all bailiwick on cursed course far faster gyration backspin, billing intrinsic angular momentum--boson melts.
Recently, Jung and Slough (2012) reported an isabelline-colored American Red Squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus), and we are aware of 2 mammalian taxa that are named after their "washed out" coloration: the pale-colored Meridional Serotine Bat (Eptesicus isabellinus) found near the Strait of Gibraltar, and a sandy-colored subspecies of Brown Bear (Ursus arctos isabellinus) found in central Asia.
Matti and Stina, who run Lapland Canoe Central in Jokkmokk, just north of the Arctic Circle, tell me they've seen the ursus arctos fleetingly from the car.
The brown bear (Ursus arctos) is the most widely distributed bear in the world.
As the northern latitudes warm, its distant cousin the brown or grizzly bear (Ursus arctos) is moving farther north and occasionally interbreeding with the polar bear (U.
Krofel (2012) found a Hermann's tortoise (Testudo hermannf) in northern Greece that appeared to have been killed by a brown bear (Ursus arctos).
Other protected species found in the KNP include: the snow leopard (Uncia uncia) and the brown bear (Ursus arctos).