Habitat: Found in many habitats, from the fringes of deserts to high mountain forests and ice fields. In Europe, the brown bear is mostly found in mountain woodlands, in Siberia it occurs primarily in forests while in North America they prefer tundra, alpine meadows and coastlines.
Native Range: North America to Western Europe, and having populations in Japan, Tibet, China, India, Iran
Details: Powerfully built, prominent shoulder hump, large head, long, robust claws, better suited for digging rather than tree-climbing; long, thick fur, with a moderately long mane at the back of the neck
Diet: Grass, fruit, insects, roots and bulbs of plants along with carrion, small animals; brown bears that live near the coast feed on fish, particularly salmon
Colors: In India, brown bears can be reddish with silver tips, while in China, brown bears are bicolored with a yellow-brown or whitish cape across the shoulders. North American grizzlies can be dark brown (almost black) to cream (almost white) or yellowish brown.
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