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Explaining why bears have meant so much to humans from early in evolutionary history to the present, this book focuses on introducing the living species, charting their evolutionary history and showing how they live, what they eat, how they behave and how they cope with their habitats. Reissue: first published in 1995.
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Paul Ward and Suzanne Kynaston are mammal biologists based in the United Kingdom at Leeds University's Department of Pure and Applied Biology. They are involved in the study and teaching of animal behavior as well as being members of the Association for Study of Animal Behavior, the UK Mammal Society, The American Society of Mammalogists, and the International Carnivore Protection Society.
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