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What do bears eat?

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October 17, 2017 6:22AM

Although they are classified as carnivores, or meat-eaters, bears are really omnivores, like we are. They eat meats and plants. About 90% of the diet of the Eastern Black bear is plants such as:

  • Leaves
  • Flowers
  • Grasses
  • Mushrooms
  • Berries
  • Roots
  • Other fruits
  • Nuts, including acorns
  • Honey
  • Grubs
  • Small mammals

Polar Bears eat mostly:

  • Seals, Sea lions, Walruses
  • Fish and sometimes dolphins

Grizzlies eat lots of:

  • Plants
  • Berries
  • Roots
  • Grubs
  • Honey
  • Small mammals such as Squirrels and Rabbits
  • Salmon and Trout

Pandas subsist on:

Bamboo

Small mammals

Grasses

Roots

Small fish
Here is what bears eat

Fish.(Mostly Salmon.)

Mammals.(Deer,Moose,even humans if very hungry,angry)

Berries.

Carrion.(The remains of dead animals)

Rabbits.

Squirrels.

Chipmunks.

They drink water.

Groundhogs.

White tailed Deer.

Black Tail Sitka Deer.(Only if the bear lives in Alaska)

Red Deer.(Only if the bear lives in Siberia).

Honey.

They usually eat mammals in winter and early spring.They eat berries in spring,fall.They eat fish all the time.Well this is what they eat.
Meat, fish, berries, and nuts. Bears are omnivorous and feed on what is available.
Bears are omnivores. They eat other animals, fish, fruits, nuts, vegetation, etc. They will pretty much eat whatever is in their habitat. Pandas are more of a herbivore, eating a lot of bamboo, whereas polar bears are more of a carnivore, due to cold climate and lack of vegetation.
Berrys sticks and pretty much anything before winter.
Bears mostly eat fish.
what do bear eat?

bears eat fish and anything it can survive on. but sometimes if there starving they attack humans

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A bear eats lots of nuts and barries.
Panda bears eat bamboo. They eat the stems, leaves, and shoots of all different kinds of bamboo species. They ear 12-38 kilograms of bamboo a day.

  • Although they are classified as carnivores, or meat-eaters, bears are really omnivores, like we are. They eat meats and plants. About 90% of the diet of the Eastern Black bear is plants such as:
    • Leaves
    • Flowers
    • Grasses
  • Mushrooms

  • Berries
  • Roots
  • Other fruits
  • Nuts, including acorns
  • Honey
  • Grubs
  • Small mammals
  • Polar Bears eat mostly:

  • Seals, Sea lions, Walruses
  • Fish and sometimes dolphins
  • Grizzlies eat lots of:

  • Plants
  • Berries
  • Roots
  • Grubs
  • Honey
  • Small mammals such as Squirrels and Rabbits
  • Salmon and Trout
  • Pandas subsist on:

    Bamboo

    Small mammals

    Grasses

    Roots

    Small fish