Trees like this are critical to the survival of bears. This little Black Bear cub grips tightly to the deeply grooved bark in order to shimmy up the tree to escape a perceived threat. The mother typically stands at the base of the tree with imposing force. Wolves, Mountain Lions and even other bears can and will on occasion kill and eat a bear cub.

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