Swedish bears adapt to hunting laws protecting mothers with cubs

Swedish bears adapt to hunting laws protecting mothers with cubs

A study of bears in Sweden suggests that females have learned to protect themselves from hunters by spending more time with their young, taking advantage of legislation banning the hunting of mothers with cubs.

Swedish hunters shoot and kill runaway ostrich

Swedish hunters shoot and kill runaway ostrich

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Warm winter delays bears’ hibernation

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Mild weather makes bears postpone hibernation

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73-year-old Swede scares off bear with stones

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If you go down to the woods today…

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First bear killed in hunting season

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Bear victim’s family gets compensation

Shy bears come into close contact with people

Shy bears come into close contact with people

‘Bears most feared by Swedes’: report

‘Bears most feared by Swedes’: report

Annual hunt to cull 300 brown bears in Sweden

Annual hunt to cull 300 brown bears in Sweden

300 bears to be killed in annual Swedish hunt

300 bears to be killed in annual Swedish hunt