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Black bear cubs are smaller, relative to their mother's size, than the young of any other placental mammal. By the time cubs leave the den at 2-3 months of age, they can weigh up to 6 pounds. These youngsters are totally dependent on their mother and very rarely leave her side.
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Black bear cubs are smaller, relative to their mother's size, than the young of any other placental mammal. By the time cubs leave the den at 2-3 months of age, they can weigh up to 6 pounds. These youngsters are totally dependent on their mother and very rarely leave her side.