Brown Bears were once abundant in North America, roaming the length of the continent from the Arctic Ocean through to central Mexico. This bear is also living in Skandinavia.The most widespread of the bear species, the Brown Bear also roams the plains and mountains of Asia and Europe where their fate is also precarious.
The animal has no natural enemies in the wild - except humans. Needing large amounts of space to forage and live, the Brown Bear's natural range extends up to 500 square miles (1,300 square kilometres). But expanding human settlements are encroaching on most of the bear's habitat and threatening their ability to survive. The decline of the Grizzly began with the arrival of European settlers in America. In less than a hundred years, numbers had dropped from 100,000 to 10,000.
LEAVE THE BROWN BEAR ALONE AND DON'T GO TO IT'S HABITAT
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