Because the gull finds food for the bear, and the gull get's some of the food (i think) and when both organisms get something out of it, it's called mutualism.
Black bear cubs are born in the early spring in the hibernation den. Black bear mothers feed the cubs from her breast. They will continue to feed from their mother until they adapt to a diet of all solid food. At that time they will eat foods that their mother finds and shows them to eat, including berries, most fruits, vegetation and some fish.
The American black bear fits at the top of the food web, as a third level consumer. This bear normally eats producers, (berries, nuts, seeds, and veggies.) If none of those are avalibale, it will eat meat. The black bear is an omnivore.
A black bear eats 34 to 37.7 pounds a day
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to eat food and fish
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Ameriacan Black Bear
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In the wild and in rivers. They would it berries or fish.
Ones black, ones brown! That's only part of it. Brown bears are larger than black bears. They have different habitats. Brown bear sub-species include the grizzly bear. Brown Bear (Ursus Arctos) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brown_bear Black Bear (Ursus Americanus) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Black_Bear Humorous Answer: Climb a tree. If the bear climbs the tree after you and eats you, it's a black bear. If the bear knocks the tree down and eats you, it's a grizzly bear. 99 Says - A Grizzly bear will let you play dead and walk away. A black bear will not. The reason being that a black bear will attack ( for the most part) for food. A grizzly attacks out of defense (usually food or young).
A black bear is one of two species of bear, the American black bear Ursus americanus, or the Asiatic black bear, Ursus thibetanus.
A very adaptable creature, the black bear can be found anywhere there is water, food, and places for dens. Only barren, cold tundra or deserts are free of the black bear.
a black baby bear and a black mother bear believe it or not
Because it's black and it's a bear.
Humans and grizzly bears, primarily. Humans are a black bear's enemies. A grizzly bear may even kill a black bear of these two species crossed paths and happened to be competing for the same food or carcass as the other.
Other black bears, the plants and animal it eats, and the animals that it competes with for food.
any types of berriesGrizzly Bear - SalmonBlack Bear - blue berriesSloth Bear - TermitesPanda Bear - BambooHoney Bear - flowersSpectacled Bear - Tubers
A black bear is bigger.
An Asian black bear, yes. American black bear, no.
No. A black bear is a mammal, i.e., a bear like a grizzly bear or a polar bear.
Another names of Asian black bear are moon bear, white-chested bear and Himalayan black bear.