The brown bear is the most widely found bear in the world, they can be found in North America (mostly Alaska and Western Canada which are homes to the largest brown bears), in Asia and in Europe (largely Russia). Females and their cubs stay together, but brown bears are largely solitary animals. During the summer when it is salmon spawning season, dozens of bears can be seen gathering at prime Alaskan fishing spots to feast on fish to sustain them through their winter hibernation. Hibernation is similar to a prolonged sleep where the body temperature and heart rate get lower to help the animal conserve their energy when sufficient food is not readily available. A bear can weigh up to twice as much before hibernation as they will after. Brown bears will dig dens for their hibernation, usually on a hillside. She-bears, or the female brown bear, usually give birth to two cubs during their hibernation. The cubs will nurse on their mothers milk until the spring and will stay with her for around two and half years before going out on their own. Considering the large size of brown bears, they can be quite fast, getting up to speeds of 30 miles per hour (or 48 km).
Terra – Brown Bear Family is an educational figure that help your little one be aware and familiar with farm or wildlife while encouraging their interest about different animals. Perfect item to collect and will surely provide endless hours of fun.