What Eats Black Bears?

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Black bears are very dominant animals in their natural inhabitat. However, rare cases of them being killed by cougars , during disputes over preyed carcasses have been noted, as well as more common killings of black bears by packs of wolves, who use numbers to subdue the much stronger bear. Brown bears are generally sucessful when faced with wolves, however, the black bear and the brown bear don't often come to be in conflict, due to their own typical lifestyle patterns.
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sometimes bears go near rivers and wait for a fish and they eat it or they eat wild animals around them or they can even eat you.
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Black bears are lucky as far as the food chain goes. Nothing in the wild will eat them. A pack of wolves may be able to attack one together, but otherwise they are just too big.
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