Horrible Bear

Author: Ame Dyckman
Publisher: Andersen Press
ISBN: 9781783445141
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'. But Bear doesn't think he is horrible. Until he decides to get his own back and has a really horrible idea. Before he can carry it out, the girl makes a mistake of her own. Maybe the Horrible Bear isn't so horrible after all?

In Bear Country

Author: Jake Macdonald
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0762767987
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The bear had a big Oneida trap clamped to his front leg and was dragging a log
at the end of a fourteen-foot logging ... as a splendid example of Ursus horribilis,
the so-called “horrible bear,” which, thanks to an even more fearsome species, ...

Kootenay National Park

Author: Bob Hahn
Publisher: Rocky Mountain Books Ltd
ISBN: 9780921102748
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The Horrible Bear? "Horrible bear" — that's the label Lewis and Clark hung on
the grizzly, when they first encountered the animals during their expedition to
western North America (1804-1806). The name was even adopted by biologists,
who ...

Last Of The Giants

Author: Jeff Campbell
Publisher: Zest Books
ISBN: 1942186053
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Does it matter if we call the grizzly a grizzly, a North American brown bear, great-
grandfather, or Ursus arctos horribilis? In 1815, scientist George Ord used the
Latin name Ursus horribilis, “horrible bear,” to distinguish North America's
species ...


Author: Clyde Ormond
Publisher: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 0811766497
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I've been told by men who have killed such bears that these worms will
sometimes reach a length of eighteen inches. ... the legendary "horrible bear,"
and have a bearing on whether a grizzly might actually stalk or pursue a human

One With The Tiger

Author: Steven Church
Publisher: Soft Skull Press
ISBN: 1619028573
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BEAR ORIGINS To name something is to own it, to shape its identity through
language and to control it. The grizzly bear's scientific name is Ursus arctos
horribilis, or the “horrible bear.” Even its origin is monstrous and mysterious, the
beast's ...

Off The Grid

Author: C.J. Box
Publisher: Head of Zeus
ISBN: 1784973084
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A fed bear is a dead bear, Joe thought again. “Ursus horribilis,” Joe said, citing
the scientific name for the grizzly. “We don't use that name,” White said. “Of
course you don't,” Joe said. “If you don't say it out loud, it can't mean 'horrible bear


Publisher: Capstone
ISBN: 1601523947
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ing been “the bear's charioteer.”22 And a thirteenth-century com- mentary on
Nennius describes Arthur as “cruelfrom his boyhood, “Cruel from his boyhood,a
horrible son, a horrible son, a horrible bear, ahorrible bear, an iron hammer.

American Bison

Author: Dale F. Lott
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520233386
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In parts of the plains coyotes had to compete with one of the most formidable
scavengers since Tyrantwsaurus rex: Griz — the Great Bear. Once known as
Ursus horribilis, "the horrible bear," it's now known as Ursus arctos, "the holarctic

The Back Of Beyond

Author: Andy Russell Bowen
Publisher: LernerClassroom
ISBN: 1575052245
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They soon learned, however, that the grizzly had absolutely no fear of humans
and that there were places where bears would outnumber men by about ten to
one. No wonder scientists called this animal Ursus horribilis—horrible bear.