Brown bear

The brown bear has a big, massive body with a slightly elongated head, thick neck and short. Short tail, invisible among the fur. While walking on the ground put at the whole foot. Bears most often eat salmon and other fish and such. Honey. They feed the mammals, such as elk and deer, rodents, birds, bird eggs, fruits, seeds, fungi, earthworms, snails, and in the absence of other foods also grass. In the absence of natural products can cause significant harm to livestock and forest animals. The coat of the brown bear is dark brown in color, although some of its subspecies may have lighter fur. The upright Ursus arctos measures - depending on gender - from 1.8 m to 3 m. Body weight of individual animals varies between 200 and 780 kg. The bear gives birth every two years, two-three young. Pregnancy lasts about 8 months. Childbirth usually occurs between December and February. Life expectancy is 30-40 years in the wild and 50 years in captivity. It is omnivorous; feeds on seeds, fungi, earthworms, snails, birds eggs, honey, hunts as game hunting, caught a fish. Living environment are the forests, taiga and forested mountainous areas.