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Dangerous Bears


The Black Bears, the Polar Bears, the Brown Bears and the Grizzly bears

Dangerous bear attacks and dangerous bear encounters have left many people who visit the bear territory with very scary news about bear episodes. Have the bears increased in number or are people have people started being aware of bears and the atrocities they inflict on human beings. These are just some of the questions teople tend to ask about the common bears people see during their natural trail, behind their farms and during their resort while far away from the hustles and bustles of the city. While many people want to run away from such dangerous and daily hectic environment, these natural which have a lot of flora and fauna possess some of the most dangerous animals from the biggest grizzly bears to the tinniest rainforest deadly scorpions and not forgetting the most poisonous snakes found in many natural habitat.

Bear species and dangerous bear attacks in the world

These beautiful Bears and bear attacks mostly take place in North America, South America, Europe and the Asian continent.

With the diversity of different bear habitat there are different bear species. The most dangerous bears are found in the American continent. The American black bear (ursinus americanus) is mostly found in many parts of North America North American countries such as Canada, USA, Mexico, Cuba, Jamaica, Colombia, Venezuela, panama Honduras and Guatemala which accounts for many dangerous animal attacks together with the polar bear (ursinus. maritimus). On the other hand, the spectacled bear (Tremarctos ornatus) just as dangerous as the American black bear, these deadly animals are found in the Andean region of South America and mostly in Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and  Venezuela .

In South Asia with different diverse of animal species and bear species the sun bear (Helarctos malayanus) is mostly found in Afghanistan, India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Burma, Bhutan and Bangladesh where as the great  the sloth bear (Melursus ursinus)  is also a part of this region as well. With different geographical features and land mass,  the Asiatic black bear (Ursus thibetanus) is mostly found in countries such as  Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Malaysia, Philippines and Indonesia.

The mighty  brown bear (ursinus. arctos), from parts of Europe mainly in Norway, UK, France, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, central Asia republics, Russia, Japan and  mostly in Canada and the United States of America

Polar Bear attacks are dangerous grizzly bear attacks are not just found in the North American region mainly Canada and many parts of the USA but when people such as mountain climbers, back packers and mountain bikers and people who go camping always fall victims of dangerous bear attacks. Who would want to get killed by a grizzly or a black bear. Although romor has it that many bear attack are mostly faced by hunters, hikers and campers, these beautiful creatures can be your next door neighbour depending on what part of the world you are living in. Bears can get very aggressive, but if you know what to do to prevent possible attacks, you can keep yourself and those with you safe.
Bear Attacks
Whether it’s the Polar bear, the black bear or the brown bear, these bears are very powerful animals and with their encroachment of their natural habitat they always fear less and will not hesitate to attack or kill any other animal or any human being with reasons which are still yet not know to man as there are many of attacks made on humans which have not gone on record. Day in and day out there is always something on the news with very dangerous heroic bear attacks who live to share their experiences and the bear ordeal.

Zoo keepers, farmers, rangers, travelers, animal trainers and bear pet owners have fallen victims of these unpredictable wild bears  which result I many of the dangerous bear attacks in many parts of the world. There are many books written about the grizzly bears and how to defend yourself from a bear attack when you come across one or encounter a bear whether in its natural habitat or in your environment. Bear movies and documentaries  have been made to show how power these animals are and what do when you encounter a bear and what to carry while you are out there in a bear territory. 
People have to respect that all animals whether small or big young or old can be very lethal depending on their mood and the situation or circumstances we find them in. Rushing in any animal protection zone without reading the warning signs makes you even the number one prey to any animal attacks or any animal related accident or incident
Bear education and information
Has all this bear information really sunk in as a weapon on how to defend oneself from these top most dangerous animals in the world.  Well with the increase in people wanting to visit and to be close to nature, just as wild animals and nature itself which is unpredictable, with all the foreseen and unforeseen bear attack preparation, many of these bear encounters happen very quickly and many bear attacks victims only have very minutes to react to or are over whelmed by events with the surprise bear  attacks with all bear protection tool, equipment and protection gear at their disposal

Forget gentle Ben – when a bear rears on its hind legs you know you’re in trouble. Although bears have a fearsome reputation, you are statistically more likely to survive a bear attack than to perish, but that’s small consolation to those who are faced with a bristling bear. With five attacks in Canada in 2005 alone, it seems that they’re on the increase due to human destruction of, and encroachment on, bears’ natural habitat.
Bear encounters and bear attacks
Many people have had many bear encounters and many different bear tales to tell despite the fact that people have followed all bear attacks rules and procedures to follow when attacked with a mother bear with a child, a hungry bear or even a bear which has been stalking you the moment you were in the bear territory or a bear which is just hungry for adventure or human blood. Those with a lot of respect with the dangerous animals are more advantageous while in the forest as compared to those who have no respect to these deadly animals which can maul you and leave you for bed and be consumed with the dangerous natural earth and never to be found again

What are the main causes of dangerous bear attacks encounters?
Animal or human survival and continuation of species is the most important animal attribute where as animal attacks is just a by product of the animal attacks instincts just like any dangerous lion, hippopotamus, crocodile and wild cats as a whole.
With the changing human habits and standards of living, many animals have adapted to many human condition out of their natural habitat and tried to co exist. Animals have families and the have feelings. Animals acquire a good taste for good food just as humans and when it comes to scavenging for food, many of these dangerous animals not forgetting monkeys, dogs and even some birds of prey will linger around garbage bins and look for human food while in the wilderness and mainly in the bear country or habitat. 
By the time someone’s trying to throw garbage or look for his food container while in the woods, backcountry or camping, these dangerous animals spring for action and attack as a defense mechanism and because they see man as their only predator for bears and hence most bear attacks occur. Bears are very inquisitive animals and with the smell of food will get any bear attracted to it. Keeping food in air-tight containers bear proof containers is just one way of preventing pears from camping in your camp site without the permission of your company in the first place despite being in their territory.  
Bear hunting and endangered species

Bear hunters for their skin, bear meat and for bear sport trophy also find themselves victims of bear attacks if not well prepared during their bear search operations. Whether the number of bears has increased in the Hudson Bay or in Alaska or decreased in other major cities or country sides of USA and Canada, the fact remains that many bear hunters with the  new hunting trends fly with helicopters to most of these regions. Given the clear facts that it’s much safer to go bear hunting on foot rather that fly over the bear natural habitat the prevailing uncertain weather conditions, natural terrain makes it difficult to spot the biggest bears to shoot down hence many bear cubs find refuge near human localities in many human habitat far from many cities and remote villages.

Those who are unaware of thee bears who are also experts in climbing trees are left at the mercy of the dangerous bears and the only rule of thumb is to play dead. For those who have the guts to face the bears on a one on one, many bears always would charge to defend their food.
A bear bluff is always a good warning for any sane person to think twice and back off leaving the bear in peace otherwise face the giant razor sharp claws of the bear which can dismember your neck with a single blow before mauling your neck, arms and legs. Many of the bear attacks are always preventable so long as some few prevention mechanisms are well put into place such as warning a bear that you are in its locality. Spotting any bear tracks on the ground can give you a heads start of what to expect or to backtrack and follow another rout with less bear markings or bear sightings.
Bear country and and causes of attacks
Given many different bear habitats one wonders as to why other people are attacked with bears while visiting the same bear country or woodland. With different bear living conditions and lifespan, different seasons have their own bear story encounters.  Bears go for hibernation and when they come out after those long periods of starvation with its new cabs following behind; being caught in the middle of such a bear family is already a justified cause for the mother bear to attack. 

Inmost cases people like to go in the woods during spring and while the mother bear is also up in the trees looking for bear fruits, bear nuts and barks of trees to chew, many victims of bear attacks get a kick start as trackers or campers tend to feed the bear cubs unknowingly of the mother bear presence in the nearby woods. Feeding of animals is a thing which should be avoided while you are out the in the jungle. Let it not be the cause of many unfolding events which could be just seconds away from disaster and end up being airlifted with your life hanging by the thread.

As it has been in many cases in bear country, with all the bear precaution measures being in cooperated and adhered to, lets all remember that it’s a jungle out there. With all the smell which you leave behind, every twig that you break and every drop of your belonging that you leave behind will always give many of the dangerous wild animals in their habitat a very good trail to follow you day in and day out. 

With their good sense of smell, bears are some of the best animals with a very good sense of smell as they can pinpoint your exact location. In many National Parks in the USA such as the Yellowstone National park and other controlled wildlife environment, wildlife protected areas and animal sanctuaries have strategically well placed bear-proof trash bins available in different parts of these hungry predators to keep and to keep other dangerous animals  from lurking around the area which might be a mere cause for imminent animal attack.

With lonesome or multiple bears on your trail for many campers and hackers, good terrain or climbing shoes will come in handy; a good pair of binoculars to search and scan any bears in the distance or around the campsite once in a while is a must for all people going into these bear habitats. Bear pepper sprays, a pair of pocket knife or a walking stick night save you from that extra degree with that bear preparation set of tools.
Responsible for: An estimated 500-1000 fatalities a year.
Hangs out in: North America, Canada, North Pole, Russia and isolated pockets around the world.
Method of dispatch: There are many different sub-species of bear and not all of them are vicious. However, the polar, black and grizzly varieties are deadliest. Bears will trample, maul and generally savage their prey until they’re frightened off or finish the job; and will attack for a variety of reasons, hunger being one. You should always keep food well away from your camp.
Useful avoidance techniques: If you are faced with an angry bear (categorised by snorting, false bluffs, ground beating, etc), slowly back away from the bear, watching it all the while. DO NOT turn and run. If it continues to act aggressively, you should respond in kind by shouting and throwing sticks and stones while continuing to back away. If a bear is upon you, fight back as you will stand a better chance of survival than if you play dead. 
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