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Black Bears - Good Luck Minis®

Black Bears - Good Luck Minis®


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Black Bears - Good Luck Minis®

Item #343422

Quick Overview

  • 192 Pieces Per Bag. Only Available in Bulk Purchase.

  • Black Bears live in all the wild areas of North America, including much of Canada and Alaska, throughout the Rocky and Appalachian Mountains, in the Pacific Northwest and the Ozarks, and in the northern parts of Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan.

  • Scientific Name: Ursus americanus

  • Characteristics: These cautious Black Bears look like they’re sneaking through the forest, but they’ll get noticed if you add them to a science or social studies project, a forest diorama, or an art project. They’re also used in charms and bracelets and for sports teams.

  • Size and Color: No larger than a plump grape, these tiny black bears have cinnamon-colored accents and realistic fur texture.

  • Black Bears are part of the Good Luck Minis® collection

  • All of our products are Non-toxic and BPA free
  • $119.99

    Availability: In stock

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    Historically, the Black Bear ranged throughout all of North America except for the Arctic, the southwestern desert, and the southern parts of Mexico. Development and excessive hunting pushed Black Bears into a more limited range, but since conservation efforts began in the early 1900s, they’ve rebounded, expanding both their range and their numbers. Although shy and elusive, Black Bears have been spotted in 41 states. National Parks, protected areas, education, and managed hunting have all contributed to the Black Bear’s resurgence and vitality in North America.

    • Recommended Age: 5+
    • Size: 7.90" W 9.95" H x ( 20.25 cm x 25.5 cm )
    • Warning: Choking Hazard - small Parts - Not for children under 3 years of age.
    • All Products Meet and Exceed All Worldwide Standards
    • Artfully Crafted and Handpainted

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    Except for females with cubs, black bears spend most of their time alone. When provoked, they can run as fast as a horse for short distances.


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