Bears are not that unlike us

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Bears … are not that unlike us

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"Bears are made of the same dust as we, and breathe the same winds and drink of the same waters. A bear's days are warmed by the same sun, his dwellings are overdomed by the same blue sky, and his life turns and ebbs with heart-pulsings like ours and was poured from the same fountain..." John Muir

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Like you … bears have things to do each day

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… berry shrubs to visit

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… smells to follow

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bears sometimes just liketo enjoy the view Like you …when all the day’s work is done…

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… hang out

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… and relax

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Like you … bears have a social life

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during courtship, they hang around together, feeding side-by-side

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… and a gentle nip on the neck enjoying a nuzzle here and there

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Like you … bears enjoy their mates

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… they have rivals

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… friends, alliances and mentors

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Like you … mothers are devoted and caring

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they are affectionate, protective, sensitive, and attentive

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Like you … cubs just wanna have fun!

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bears of all ages love to play

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Like you … bears enjoy a good laugh!

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… and a good bear hug

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bears sometimes find them-selves in a difficult place Like you …

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… and they need a little help from their friends

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bears need clean water Like you …

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bears need clean air

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bears need access to good food

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… and they need a place to call home

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Like you … bears want to live their life

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… to a ripe old age

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"This we know. The Earth does not belong to man; man belongs to the Earth. This we know. All things are connected like blood which unites one family. All things are connected. Whatever befalls the Earth befalls the sons of the Earth. Man did not weave the web of life; he is merely a strand in it. Whatever he does to the web, he does to himself.“ Chief Seattle — from his address, 1853

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