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In the recent past, it was thought that when bears stood on their hind legs it was a sign of aggression. However, researchers have determined that bears often stand in this manner when they are curious about something they see, smell or hear.
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In the recent past, it was thought that when bears stood on their hind legs it was a sign of aggression.  However, researchers have determined that bears often stand in this manner when they are curious about something they see, smell or hear.