$130.00

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Color Of Canvas:

  • Full Color
  • Sepia
  • Black and White

Size Of Canvas:

  • 18X24
  • 27X36
  • 36x54
  • 36X54

Type Of Canvas:

  • Rolled Canvas ( no frame )

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Product Description

Bear Cubs Canvas Wall Prints

Bear Cubs Canvas Wall Prints Cubs taste what their mothers eat in the month after emerging from dens, but they do not begin eating solid food until their chewing teeth erupt later in spring. They continue to suckle nearly until they hibernate in fall. Father bears do not help in raising the cubs and would probably be more competition than help if they tried. In fall, mothers do most of the den construction, but the cubs help rake leaves and twigs for bedding. They sleep snuggled together for warmth and protection with the mother nearest to the entrance. Orphaned cubs instinctively make dens and can survive overwinter alone if they weigh 27 pounds or more in fall. The next spring, mothers continue to lead and protect their cubs until June, when the cubs are about 17 months old and the mother becomes ready to mate again. Then she suddenly becomes intolerant of her yearlings and threatens them away. She recognizes them for several years, possibly indefinitely, allowing them to remain in parts of her territory which she then avoids. She ejects trespassing bears that could compete with her offspring and herself. Female offspring use even larger portions of their mother’s territory until they reach maturity. Meanwhile, the mother shifts her territory to include new adjacent areas if such areas are available, or tolerates overlap with her daughters if other areas are not available. Young males voluntarily leave their mothers’ territories before reaching maturity, traveling up to 137 miles or more before settling down and establishing mating ranges. What do black bears look like? Black bears of the Border Country are usually black but in other parts of the country they may have lighter brown or cinnamon colored fur. They stand about 2-3 feet high and are about 4-5 feet long. The males are much larger than females. Grizzly bears are sometimes mistaken for black bears but they are much larger and they have a muscular hump over their shoulders.

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