Bears and Humans
All Bears can in rare cases become extremely dangerous, but this greatly varies upon species. Stereotyping causes people to assume all bears are dangerous to be around, but this is not completely true. There are 8 bear species, but the 2 that are most common, and that the most people are worried about in America, are black bears and brown, or grizzly bears. The 6 other species are less common and fear of them is less widespread, because they are mostly very rare or in sparsely populated and isolated/inaccessible areas of the world. That and the scenario involved in people’s fears and misconceptions about them are too similar to black and brown bears to bother mentioning separately.
ABOUT US (about the organization's founders and our goals)
ABOUT BEARS (bear facts, biology, behavior, physiology, etc.)
BEARS AND HUMANS (all about bear human relations, from pre-history to today and into the future)
WHAT CAN I DO TO HELP? (campaigns and causes)
BEAR DISCUSSION (bear forum)
LINKS (links to other related organizations)
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