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Statistics About The Most Dangerous Bears In The World

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"Around 40 people are attacked by bears each year in North America, mostly by grizzlies."

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"Approximately 2-5 people are killed each year in North America by bears."

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"Brown bears accounts for most of the fatal attacks on humans, with 88% of fatalities caused by them in North America."

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"Polar bears have been known to swim over 60 miles without resting, demonstrating their danger level."

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"In the past 5 years, there have been 8 fatal polar bear attacks in Canada."

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"Grizzly bears which are a subspecies of brown bears can weigh up to 800 pounds."

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"Siberian, or Amur, bears are the largest brown bears and can reach up to 1,500 lbs."

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"Attacks by Black Bears are extremely rare but can be fatal, such as the one in 2020 in Canada."

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"Around 500,000 to 750,000 black bears are believed to exist in North America."

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"According to a study, black bears that have previously attacked humans are more likely to attack again."

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"The Polar Bears population is declining, with only 20,000 - 31,000 bears remaining (as of 2020)."

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"In Russia, up to 60% of brown bear cubs do not reach adulthood, indicating a high aggression level even among the same species."

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"Fatal bear attacks in Canada average 2 per year."

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"A male polar bear can stand up to 10 feet tall, towering over most humans."

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"There are an estimated 30,000 grizzly bears in Alaska."

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"A study found that the overall probability of being injured by a bear when visiting Yellowstone National Park is about 1 in 2.7 million."

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"Since 1960, only 8 people have been killed by black bears in the Eastern U.S."

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