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The World of Bears (Jeff Corwin's Explorer)by Waterford Press
Synopses & Reviews
The brown bear the largest terrestrial carnivore in the world is one of the many fascinating species covered in this guide. The World of Bears edited by world-famous naturalist Jeff Corwin teaches about the way bears evolved, how they are built and how they behave, reproduce and survive in different habitats around the world. It also highlights some of the most familiar and unique species found worldwide, their current status, what to do if you encounter a bear in the wild and what you can do to help to conserve and protect these spectacular creatures. This folding pocket guide is the ideal reference for bear-lovers and teachers alike. Made in the USA.
The brown bear is the largest terrestrial carnivore in the world. There are many subspecies throughout the world, including the grizzly in North America, the Kodiak, the Eurasian brown bear and the Siberian brown bear. Weighing up to 2500 pounds, they can also reach 10 feet in height. A typical lifespan is about 25 years in the wild, longer in captivity.
In this guide, we explore the world of bears and provide facts to help you better understand and treasured animals. Learn about their anatomy, behaviors, the distribution of the bears in the world and what you can do to protect and preserve them.
About the Author
Waterford Press and Emmy Award-winning TV Host and explorer Jeff Corwin announced their collaboration this week with the launch of Jeff Corwins Explorer Series.
For their initial offering, Waterford Press and JeffCorwinConnect take on The World of SHARKS, PRIMATES, WILD CATS, WILD DOGS, SNAKES, and BEARS in a 6-part series of Pocket Naturalist Guides co-authored by Jeff Corwin and James Kavanagh.
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