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Bears - DVD Learning Guide

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This film provides information on several bear species. Focusing primarily on the bears of North America, importance is placed on their historical value and the need for their protection. We learn why the Polar bear population has diminished dramatically, and examine the causes of population decrease of the bear's common to the forests of North America. We learn about the Grizzly Bear population, and the abilities of human beings to protect their habitats. See close-up footage of these amazing animals and their cubs in their natural habitats as the play, eat and hunt for food. Learn about the various diets for the different kinds of bears, and how many grizzlies show up at the same time each year for a salmon banquet!

Genre: Documentary
Category: Science: Animals
Age Levels: Grades K-12
Rating: NR

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File Last Updated:
January 08, 2011
This title was added to our catalog on January 08, 2011.