Ursus arctos

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The diet of brown bears Ursus arctos in central Scandinavia: effects of access to free-ranging domestic sheep Ovis aries.
My desire was to take a European brown bear, Ursus arctos arctos, the type specimen of the entire grizzly/brown bear tribe.
The grizzly bear, Ursus arctos horribilis, was once common throughout most of Colorado.
Feces Ursus Arctos," the ad helpfully explains in Latin.
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 horribilis.
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 horribilis.
Here on Tongass National Forest's Admiralty Island, where Ursus arctos occurs more thickly than anywhere else on earth, I have been reduced to hands-and-knees mobility in undergrowth far too thick to walk through.
Brown bears Ursus arctos are opportunistic omnivores with flexible ecological requirements (Krechmar 1995, Van Daele et al.
Matti and Stina, who run Lapland Canoe Central in Jokkmokk, just north of the Arctic Circle, tell me they've seen the ursus arctos now make money from reindeer herding, she explains, and this year alone, she and Tom lost 60% of their animals to predators, meaning they were unable to sell any for meat.
Canis lupus Gypaetus barbatus Gyps fulvus Milvus milvus Neophron percnopterus Ursus arctos
Grizzly Bear, Ursus arctos, usurps bison calf, Bison bison, captured by wolves, Canis lupus, in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming.
Even his scientific name, Ursus arctos horribilis, suggests curdled blood.
Key words: Northwest Territories, Mackenzie Delta, brown bear, grizzly bear, Ursus arctos, broad whitefish, Coregonus nasus, traditional knowledge, predation