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πŸ“Έ by @chris_mclennan1

Brown bear holding a slightly perturbed sockeye salmon.

There is a considerable size difference between brown bears that inhabit coastal areas and those that live inland, and the reason for this is the richness in the coastal bears diet when compared to that of the inland bears.

Inland bears rely on roots, bark, tubers, pine nuts, rodents, and on occasion they’ll take down a medium/large ungulate that will sustain them for a while.

Coastal bears have access to all the same things the inland bears do, but with the added bonus of being close to waterways that are rich in bass, trout and salmon.

That’s not to say the inland bears never get to eat fish, the main difference is the abundance.



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