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How does a mother bear act with her cubs?
a mother bear teachers her cub how to hunt and survive in the wild
Food and protection.
The polar bear cub stays with its mother for 2 or 3 years. The the cub goes to live on it's own. 2 years. Mamma bear puts baby up a tree and then leaves. Finally, baby climbs …down and begins life as a grown up bear.
about 2 or 3 years
Good question. To feign means 'to pretend'. So you're asking would a mother bear 'fake' an injury to protect her cubs? No, but a mother bear would protect her cubs so fiercely… that she would risk death for them.
Generally 2 springs of life. ( i think).
For approximately the first year and a half. 17 months is usual but they have been known to stay with the mother as long as 29 months. Mothers usually run the cubs off in …the month of June just prior to mating again.
they start playing baseball oh take me out to the ball game take me out to the crowd buy me some peanuts and craker jack i dont care if i ever get back for its root root root …for the cubbies if they dont win is a shame for its ONE TWO THREE strikes your out in the old ball game
they are very protective of their cubs
Generally two years. yas
Most experienced bear hunters know that the charge is a bluff charge. They run up to you (charging) to SCARE YOU. Nine out of ten will be bluff charges. One out of ten will be… a really angry bear and it won't be a bluff. The next decision making lesson is the species of bear. If it's a black bear (no matter it's color) then that 9 out 10 rule "could" apply. If it's a brown (grizzly) then it might be 1 out of 10 is a bluff, but 9 out of ten are REAL charges. Evolution changed the bears in the world, in order to survive. Black bears are creatures of the forest, and they learned to survive by climbing trees. Brown bears (Grizzly) are animals of the chapperal and brush lands (little to no trees) and they have longer claws for digging into the ground and seldom if ever take to trees (when they're around). So being on the ground with no place to escape, evolution made them aggressive...and since man's at ground level; then it's a fight! With black bears, he takes off and climbs a tree...no fight. That's why there's a difference in real charges and fake charges (bluff charges). Many law enforcement officers KNOW that hunters will try to cover themselves with reasons (excuses), and many law enforcement officers usually write the citation (which is an arrest) and "might" state to you (as they're writing the citation) "you'll have that opportunity to tell it to the judge." The case may be dismissed in court, or you'll be acquited. BUT you'll always have an arrest record, when ever you fill out a job application or any other similar form.
yes. Sometimes when the males are hungry they will try and eat a cub.
In Animal Life
A couple years, I believe.
In Animal Life
The cubs stay with the mother bear for 2-3 years, nursing while they are with her. As they grow older, they nurse less as they learn how to hunt. Eventully, the mother bea…r drives them away. For more information, visit the Related Link.
the mom teaches them how to hunt for food, swim and be alert around their environment