Subject: Trophic Interactions | Research Article | Habitats | Eukaryota | Ecology and Environmental Sciences | Predation | Ecology | Animal Types | Species Interactions | Animals | Behavior | Wildlife | Biology and Life Sciences | Recreation | Community Ecology | Medicine | Bears | Vertebrates | Amniotes | Q | R | Mammals | Science | Organisms | Conservation Science | Zoology
Species' distributions are influenced by a combination of landscape variables and biotic interactions with other species, including people. Grizzly bears and black bears are sympatric, competing omnivores that also share habitats with human recreationists. By adapting m... View more
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