Thus we got stuck with the canine equivalent of Ursus horribilis.
Chester, old Ursus horribilis, was my last Chesapeake Bay retriever.
Over the past two years there's been threatening talk about taking Ursus horribilis off the endangered list.
If those bureaucrats were truly to defend the bear, they would be obstructing the designs of some of the most ruthless lobbies in America, for whom Ursus horribilis has been an irksome obstruction to making money.
The fight to protect the remnants of Ursus horribilis
is picking up steam, but many roadblocks remain.
To add insult to injury, I passed up a pair of possible Boone & Crockett black bears in hopes of catching up with a prime example of ursus horribilis
Six months later, the bundle of fur is a miniature version of North America's most feared animal, Ursus horribilis