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MAMA BEAR

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Of all the mammals in North America, bears have one of the slowest reproductive rates. Females are usually five or six years of age before they have their first cubs. They then reproduce every three to four years, but only when food sources are readily available.
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Of all the mammals in North America, bears have one of the slowest reproductive rates. Females are usually five or six years of age before they have their first cubs. They then reproduce every three to four years, but only when food sources are readily available.