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Black Bear on the Loose: What to Do If You See One

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Bear Safety Tips - know the difference between black bears and grizzly bears;  if approached by a bear, DO NOT RUN and avoid eye contact;  if a black bear attacks, try to hit it in the face or eyes to get it to back off:  if a grizzly attacks, roll over and play dead

Bear Safety Tips - know the difference between black bears and grizzly bears; if approached by a bear, DO NOT RUN and avoid eye contact; if a black bear attacks, try to hit it in the face or eyes to get it to back off: if a grizzly attacks, roll over and play dead

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One of these looked you in the eye when you were surveying from a mountain side. You told me the story in the white mountains N.H. :) Black Bear

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How to Survive Bear Attack

Think all bears are the same well they're not. What do if you encounter a brown bear or a black bear, which do you fight and which one do play dead? This site is awesome its for men but I find it interesting for myself to.

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How to Survive a Black Bear Attack

We asked an expert to watch the new horror film 'Backcountry' and break down the myths and realities of encountering one of the forest's most dangerous animals.

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Black Bear Cub ♥ Black bears may enter camps or your cottage or home, especially when wild foods are scarce, but they rarely attack people. Black bears usually retreat before people are aware of them. Their hearing is more sensitive than a human’s, and their broad, soft foot pads allow them to move quietly downwind where they can best identify their dangers.

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Rip and Live: Learn to Survive a Bear Attack

LEARN TO SURVIVE A BEAR ATTACK......never thought I'd need this but now I think I do!!

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ny public library picture collection! online! Image ID: 822058 Brown bear ; Grizzly bear ; Black bear. (c1880)

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