What do black bears eat?


Black bears prefer feeding on roots, berries, honey and worms as well as buds, leaves and fruits. They can also eat twigs, grubs, fish and insects in addition to smaller mammals or the inside layering of younger trees.
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Asiatic Black Bears eat fruits, roots, small invertebrates, vertebrates and carrion.
Surprisingly black bears are the one class of bears that eat the least amount of meat. They eat a great deal of nuts, herbs, berries and even insect larvae. They do occasionally eat some fish.
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