I knew the job was dangerous when I took it ...
- Jul 19, 2004
- Out of Bounds
Sorry, I don't know why I read it the way I did.
That is strange. I was thinking that they or she were eating meat because there are not a lot of insects, berries and nuts available in winter. I know bears eat meat and even hunt it down, but not usually as a staple for their dietary intake.
Both black and brown bears are categorized as carnivores, but both are omnivores that will eat whatever is available. Generally speaking, black bears eat a larger proportion of plant items and brown bears eat a larger proportion of meat.