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Field Guide to the American Bear (Ursus Americanus)
Ursus Americanus is found all over the USA, and sub-species have beenspotted in virtually every corner of the world. Often camoflauged with 'work clothes' during the day, the bear's nature is revealed by behaviorat bear gatherings (see Bear Rendezvous in SF, Bear Pride in Chicago,OctobearFest in Denver, and others). During this phase, the bear'sgregariousness has been known to frighten tourists at the localesindicated.
Take this simple test to determine if you are a bear. Remember this is only a test; if this were an actual importantsomething, it wouldn't be on this page. Beardom is mostly male phenomena, so some of the questions may not be appropriate for females.
Scoring (the test)
Since this is a test, it must have a score. Todetermine your score, use the following guide:
If your score is greater than 15, you may be a bear.
If your score is greater than 35, you probably live in a zoo.
If your score is greater than 50, e-mail me.
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