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What type of bears live in Russia?
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The brown bear (Ursus arctos) is the national animal of Russia. This is a list of the mammal species recorded in Russia.
What animals are only found in Russia?
Bears - especially the Russian brown bear, wolves, foxes, hares, hedgehogs, Arctic foxes, Siberian tigers, lynx, sables, weasels and minks are considered by many Russians to be the principal Russian animals. Some of these animals are found in other parts of the world, too, but most of them live only in Russia.
What are some unique animals in Russia?
Amur Leopard. The Amur leopard may be the rarest big cat on Earth! ... Arctic Fox. Extremely thick winter fur! ... Barn Owl. Found everywhere around the world! ... Beaver. Builds a dam from sticks and leaves! ... calm and highly intelligent! ... Bumblebee. The most common species of bee! ... Caterpillar. ... Chicken. ... Common Buzzard. ... Crane. ...
What do Russian bears eat?
Like many of their cousins, these bears are opportunistic feeders, so they’ll eat grasses, berries, sedges, roots and wild flowers. Some other food items on the menu are wild celery, insects, rodents and large mammals.