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Ursus Arctos Crowtheri

The name Atlas bear (Ursus arctos crowtheri) has been applied to an extinct population or populations of the brown bear in Africa. The Cantabrian brown bear  ...

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Sorry, Internet. There's Still No Such Thing as a Yeti.
Palle-Jooseppi, a male brown bear at Ranua Zoo, wakes up after winter A brown bear at Ranua Zoo wakes up after winter hibernation on Feb. 23, 2012. He's not related to a Yeti because there's no such thing as a Yeti.
Ininkari Brown Bear– Japan's White Colored Brown Bear and the Plight of the
Examples of extant brown bear subspecies that range across parts of Asia and the Far East include the Eurasian brown bear (Ursus arctos arctos), Tibetan blue bear (Ursus arctos pruinosus), Gobi brown bear (Ursus arctos gobiensis), Ussuri or Amur brown ...
"Yeti skin" sells at Geneva auction
Blistering barnacles! A real Yeti skin has been sold in Geneva! Not exactly; it is the pelt of an Ursus arctos pruinosus, or rare Tibetan blue bear, to be more precise.
Zehn Fakten zum Yeti
Einige Zoologen - und auch der bekannte Bergsteiger Reinhold Messner in seinem Buch "Yeti – Legende und Wirklichkeit" - vertreten die Auffassung, dass der Yeti mit dem Tibetischen Braunbären oder Tibetbären (Ursus arctos pruinosus) identisch ist.
A barnamedve (Ursus arctos)

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