List of non-fictional bears
The following is a list of individual bears who garnered national or world-wide attention:
List of non-fictional bears - Wikipedia
Bart the Bear
Bart the Bear (January 19, 1977 - May 10, 2000) was an Alaskan Kodiak Bear that appeared in several Hollywood films, including The Bear, Legends of the Fall, and The Edge. Animal trainers Doug Seus ...
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Ben (bear)
John "Grizzly" Adams (also known as James Capen Adams and Grizzly Adams) (1812–1860) was a famous California mountain man and trainer of grizzly bears and other wild animals he captured for menageries...
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Bear 71
Bear 71 is a 2012 interactive National Film Board of Canada (NFB) web documentary by Leanne Allison and Jeremy Mendes about a grizzly bear in Banff National Park, who was collared at the age of three ...
Bear JJ1
Bear JJ1 (2004 – 26 June 2006) was a brown bear whose travels and exploits in Austria and Germany in the first half of 2006 drew international attention. JJ1, also known as Bruno in the German press (...
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Binky (polar bear)
Binky (1975 – July 20, 1995) was a polar bear who lived at the Alaska Zoo in Anchorage. Found as an orphan on Alaska's North Slope, he was taken to the zoo and quickly became one of its most popular a...
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Brody the Bear
Brody the bear (born January 14, 1995) is a male Kodiak bear who is trained to be an animal actor. His adult size and weight also compare him to the late Bart the Bear.The bear was raised and trained ...
Flocke
Flocke ([ˈflɔkə]) is a female polar bear who was born in captivity at the Nuremberg Zoo in Nuremberg, Germany on 11 December 2007. A few weeks after her birth, she was removed from her mother's care ...
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Hercules (bear)
Hercules (1975 – 4 February 2000) was a trained grizzly bear from Scotland who appeared in a number of cameo roles for various television productions, reaching the height of his popularity in the 198...
Hotfoot
The hot foot is a prank where the prankster sets the victim's shoe laces on fire with a match or lighter. There are several other versions of the hot foot prank, but all involve using a source of fla...
Inuka
Inuka (Inuit for "Silent Stalker") (born 26 December 1990) is a polar bear and one of the mascots of the Singapore Zoo.
Inuka was born in the Singapore Zoo and is the first polar bear to be born i...
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Knut (polar bear)
Knut ([ˈknuːt]; 5 December 2006 – 19 March 2011) was a polar bear born in captivity at the Berlin Zoological Garden. Rejected by his mother at birth, he was raised by zookeepers. He was the first po...
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Old Ephraim
Old Ephraim (known as "Old Three Toes" by sheepherders due to a deformity on one foot) was a very large grizzly bear that roamed the Cache National Forest from circa 1911 until his death on August 22,...
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Siku (polar bear)
Siku (born 22 November 2011 in Skandinavisk Dyrepark) is a male polar bear cub, he has several siblings such as Sné. After his mother failed to produce enough milk to feed him, he was taken into care...
Wojtek (soldier bear)
Wojtek (1942–1963; [ˈvɔjtɛk]) usually spelled Voytek in English, was a Syrian brown bear cub found in Iran and adopted by soldiers of the 22nd Artillery Supply Company of the Polish II Corps. His rank...
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Winnipeg the Bear
Winnipeg, or Winnie, (24 August 1914 – 12 May 1934) was the name given to a female black bear that lived at London Zoo from 1915 until her death in 1934. Rescued by cavalry veterinarian Harry Colebou...
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Doug Seus
Bart the Bear (January 19, 1977 - May 10, 2000) was an Alaskan Kodiak Bear that appeared in several Hollywood films, including The Bear, White Fang, Legends of the Fall, and The Edge. Animal trainer...
Wilbar
Wilbär is a polar bear who was born in captivity at the Wilhelma Zoo in Stuttgart, Germany on 10 December 2007. Wilbär made his first public appearance on 16 April 2008, swimming alongside his mother....
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