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Question 1: The American black bear (Ursus americanus) is ________'s smallest and most common species of bear.
South AmericaAmericas (terminology)AmericasNorth America

Question 2:
What family does American Black Bear belong to?

Question 3: The American black bear is listed by the ________ as Least Concern, due to the species' widespread distribution and a large global population estimated to be twice that of all other bear species combined.
ExtinctionEndangered speciesInternational Union for Conservation of NatureConservation status

Question 4: [39] The ________ typically hunted black bears during their hibernation cycle.
YukonFort Yukon, AlaskaGwich’inGwich’in language

Question 5: Morris Michtom, the creator of the ________, was inspired to make the toy when he came across a cartoon of Theodore Roosevelt refusing to shoot a black bear cub trapped up a tree.
MississippiUnited StatesTeddy bearAmerican Black Bear

Question 6:
What period does the fossils of the American Black Bear come from?
Recent
Late Miocene - Recent
early Pleistocene- recent
Middle Miocene to Late Miocene

Question 7:
What is the binomial of American Black Bear?
Grallaricula lineifrons
Amblycercus holosericeus
Ursus americanus
Litsea scortechinii

Question 8: [3] The American black bear has been the source of inspiration for numerous popular cultural depictions of bears, including the ________[4] and Winnie the Pooh.
United StatesTeddy bearMississippiFlorida

Question 9: What does the following picture show?

  American black bears can be distinguished from brown bears by their smaller size, their more concave profiles, their shorter claws and the lack of a shoulder hump
  American black bears can be distinguished from brown bears by their smaller size, their more concave profiles, their shorter claws and the lack of a shoulder hump
  A white-furred Kermode black bear
  Black bear taking a dead Salmon near Hyder, Alaska

Question 10: Meat from the neck, front legs and shoulders is usually ground into mincemeat or used for ________ and casseroles.
StewMedieval cuisineCookingFood
















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