Lynn Rogers. Bears have fascinated humans for millennia. As one of the most adaptable and versatile mammals on earth, their behaviour stirs fear, awe, wonder, and curiosity in us. Unfortunately, there are still many myths surrounding the lives and behaviour of bears that negatively impact our relationships with them. Stories of ferocious attacks by blood-thirsty bears on defenceless hikers make great lead stories in the media. The overwhelming sense conveyed in these stories is that bears are dangerous, mean creatures that are an extreme threat to people in any circumstance. This, of course, is inaccurate at best and unhelpful at worst.
How Fast Can a Bear Run?
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A brown bear can run 30 miles per hour. It is actually quite fast for an animal like a brown bear that weighs around lb. In short, the larger the bear the slower it is. Keep in mind that even the slowest bear can still move it out at about 30 mph. The Brown Bear can run approximately 40 mph.
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Outrun the World's Most Dangerous Animals
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Bears are carnivorous animals belonging to the family Ursidae. Bears have only eight extant species spread mostly in the Northern Hemisphere and a bit in the Southern Hemisphere. Modern bears have some similar characteristics including large bodies with strong stocky legs, small round ears, and short tails.