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The Legend of Perm Bear
The Legend of Perm Bear Monument (aka Walking Bear or Bear-2) is the number 37, the end point of the walk through Green Line, a walking tourist route. In other words, the first object of the route, the sculpture Permyak - Salty Ears on Komsomolsky Prospect, is situated in a three minutes walk from the end point - the Bear on Lenina Street. And the winding route of Green Line takes a couple of hours.
--05-01-2015--


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A Bear Cub Climbed onto the Parking Lot near the Stolby Reserve in Krasnoyarsk
The cub came to the parking lot, presumably in search of food, taking advantage of the fact that there were no people nearby.
--03-08-2018--
The Photographer from Kuban has Seen 34 bears in the Caucasian Reserve during One Day and Made a Video
Find a video with a she-bear and a bear cub in this post.
--30-07-2018--
Stolby Reserve is Closed for Visitors
The management of the Stolby reserve decided to close the protected natural territory for tourists because of the frequent tourists encounters with bears.
--22-07-2018--
The Inspectors of the Krasnoyarsk Stolby Reserve Recorded 11 Cases of Tourists Encounters with Bears
The greatest number of encounters of predators with tourists took place in Takmakovsky district of Stolby, where a she bear with her cubs sometimes comes out to people.
--21-07-2018--
Bears Went Into Hibernation
The press service of the Moscow Zoo reports that brown and Himalayan bears went into hibernation.
--15-12-2014--
Brown Bear Held Settlement in Kemerovo Region in Awe Over Night
Another incident of a bear showing up to people occurred in the Yaya Settlement of the Kemerovo Region.
--08-11-2013--
Rare Ring Found in Archeological Excavations on Yamal
1st century AD ring has been found by a student of the Novosibirsk State University in the course of excavations in the ancient sanctuary of Ust'-Poluy.
--29-07-2013--
Bears Attack People in Krasnoyarsk Region, One Person Killed
The lack of food due to expansive forest fires drives bears out of the woods - and to people. In the past week bears attacked houses and geologist camps in Evenki Territory of Krasnoyarsk Region. One person fell victim to an attack; both time bears were killed, as well.
--27-09-2012--
Nature Reserve in Krasnoyarsk Is Reopened after the Bear Attack
The nature reserve "Stolbi" could not receive guests from the end of June till the 5th of July due to the increased bear activity.
--22-07-2011--
A Bear Attacks a Tourist in Kamchatka Territory
A group of tourists in Kamchatka was attacked by a she-bear; a woman is wounded.
--15-07-2011--
500 bear pads arrested on the Russian-Chinese border
The frontier guards in the Jewish Autonomous Region have terminated an attempt of smuggling of 500 pads of the brown and black bears from Russia to neighboring China.
--11-02-2010--
Unusual Bears Dwell at Southern Kuril Islands
Japanese scientists in collaboration with Russian ecologists organize a joint expedition to the Kunashir Island of Southern Kuril Islands in order to study unusual brown bears, which have silver-coloured fur.
--21-10-2009--





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