Why did the teddy bear say no to dessert?
Because she was stuffed.
What do you call a bear with extreme mood swings? – A bi-polar-bear.
Q: How do you catch a fish without a fishing rod? A: With your BEAR hands.
Q: Why did God make only one Yogi Bear? A: Because when he tried to make a second one he made a Boo-Boo
Q: What does pooh eat at parties? A: blue bear-y pie.
Q: What do polar bears have for lunch? A: Ice burger!
Q: What do you call a bear that jumps but never lands? A: Peter Panda.
Q: What d you call a bear with no teeth? A: A gummy bear!
Q: How do you start a teddy bear race? A: Ready, teddy, GO!
Q: What do you get if you cross a grizzly bear and a harp? A: A bear faced lyre!
- There are approximately 180,000 to 200,000 brown bears worldwide. Most of them live in Alaska, Canada and Russia where the brown bears can still roam on vast areas of land, scarcely populated by human beings and covered in forests.
- The brown bear can reach a weight of between 330 and 815 pounds depending on the age, sex and season.
- Despite their weight, bears cover short distances at speeds of up to 31 mph.
- Brown bears are generally loners who will only seek a mate for short periods.
- At birth, bear cubs are blind and naked.
- In the wild, these omnivores spend up to 16 hours per day looking for food.
- Bears have a particularly good nose: their sense of smell enables them to sniff food at a distance of several miles.
- Brown bears in the wild are mainly active at dusk and at night.
- In the wild, brown bears can live between 20 and 30 years of age. In captivity, they can get even older.
- The brown bear is the largest predator still living on the continent of Europe.