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|introduction='''Brown Bear''' is a [[Friend]] that first appeared in the [[Kemono Friends (2015 Mobile Game)|Kemono Friends game by Nexon]] and has become a common face of the franchise ever since.
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|introduction='''Brown Bear''' is a [[Friend]] that first appeared in the [[Kemono Friends (2015 Mobile Game)|Kemono Friends game by Nexon]] and has become one of the most common faces of the franchise ever since.
 
|appearance=Brown Bear reddish brown eyes, short brown hair with a white task on the front bang and a pair of bear ears. She wears an off-white shortsleeved shirt with a blue ribbon attached to it. She wear dark compression shorts and a very short black skirt. She has brown fur-lined boots and brown arm-warmers. Like other bear Friends, she is wielding a sledgehammer-like weapon but with a huge bear paw at the end. A very short bear tail is at her back.
 
|appearance=Brown Bear reddish brown eyes, short brown hair with a white task on the front bang and a pair of bear ears. She wears an off-white shortsleeved shirt with a blue ribbon attached to it. She wear dark compression shorts and a very short black skirt. She has brown fur-lined boots and brown arm-warmers. Like other bear Friends, she is wielding a sledgehammer-like weapon but with a huge bear paw at the end. A very short bear tail is at her back.
|reallife=[[File:Brown_Bear_Real_Standing.jpg|thumb|upright=1.0|left| a Brown Bear standing up!]]
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|reallife=[[File:Brown_Bear_Real_Standing.jpg|thumb|upright=0.8|left| a Brown Bear standing up!]]
 
The Brown Bear is a large bear with the widest distribution of any living ursid. The Brown Bear is one of the two largest terrestrial carnivorans alive today, competing with the polar bear in size. It remains listed as a least concern species by the International Union for Conservation of Nature with a total population of approximately 200,000.
 
The Brown Bear is a large bear with the widest distribution of any living ursid. The Brown Bear is one of the two largest terrestrial carnivorans alive today, competing with the polar bear in size. It remains listed as a least concern species by the International Union for Conservation of Nature with a total population of approximately 200,000.
  
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They can pose severe danger to humans so it is highly advised, especially for campers and hikers, to avoid and be prepared for bear encounters. Most bear attacks occur when the animal is defending itself or its territory against any perceived threat. They rarely hunt humans for food.  
 
They can pose severe danger to humans so it is highly advised, especially for campers and hikers, to avoid and be prepared for bear encounters. Most bear attacks occur when the animal is defending itself or its territory against any perceived threat. They rarely hunt humans for food.  
|attribute=Brown Bear is friend that has combat knowledge in the mobile game and the anime, she also has a great ability for being fast and strong.
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|trivia=* Brown Bear is shown to have combat knowledge against [[Cellien]] both in the [[Kemono Friends (2015 Mobile Game)|Kemono Friends mobile game(2015)]] and the [[Kemono Friends (2017 Anime)|anime]]. She also has incredible strength and speed.
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* Brown Bear has a number of subspecies inhabiting Eurasia, North Africa and North America. Among them, [[Ezo Brown Bear]] and [[Kodiak Bear]] have been featured in the franchise as well.
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* Though brown bears rarely hunt humans, they are still incredibly dangerous predator. Among numorous bear attacks, [[Wikipedia:Sankebetsu brown bear incident|Sankebetsu brown bear incident]] (三毛別羆事件) was one of the most well-documented, and deadliest bear attacks in Japanese history. Seven settlers in Sankebetsu, Tomamae, Rumoi, Hokkaidō, Japan were killed by a large Ezo brown bear in December, 1915. The bear is believed to have woken up from hibernation and ferociously attacked several households in the area to hunt for food.
 
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Latest revision as of 14:28, 8 September 2022

Brown Bear

Brown BearOriginal.png

Character Data
Japanese Name: ヒグマ
Romanised Name: Higuma
First Featured in: Kemono Friends (2015 Game)
Brown Bear's Merchandise
Animal Data
Scientific Name: Ursus arctos
Distribution: North America and Eurasia
Diet: Omnivore
Average Lifespan in the Wild: 25 Years
Read More: Brown Bear
Conservation Status: Status iucn3.1 LC.svg.png
Brown Bear Anime Season 2 Festival​ (Costume)​ Pavilion​ (Gen 2)​ KF3 Nexon Game Gallery

Brown Bear is a Friend that first appeared in the Kemono Friends game by Nexon and has become one of the most common faces of the franchise ever since.

Appearance

Brown Bear reddish brown eyes, short brown hair with a white task on the front bang and a pair of bear ears. She wears an off-white shortsleeved shirt with a blue ribbon attached to it. She wear dark compression shorts and a very short black skirt. She has brown fur-lined boots and brown arm-warmers. Like other bear Friends, she is wielding a sledgehammer-like weapon but with a huge bear paw at the end. A very short bear tail is at her back.

In Real Life

a Brown Bear standing up!

The Brown Bear is a large bear with the widest distribution of any living ursid. The Brown Bear is one of the two largest terrestrial carnivorans alive today, competing with the polar bear in size. It remains listed as a least concern species by the International Union for Conservation of Nature with a total population of approximately 200,000.

Brown bears are at the top of the food chain and have no risk of predatary attack except from other bears, tigers or humans. They are omnivorous and will eat plants and other animals if available. They are often seen pirating wolf kills. Their diet are in fact mainly plants including grass, leaves, wild berries, nuts, seeds, fruits but it can also snack some insects such as beetles or ants.

During the fall, brown bears eat practically around the clock, stocking up for the next four to seven months of hibernation. They may eat 90 pounds of food per day. Despite their enormous size, brown bears are extremely fast, having been clocked at speeds of 30 miles per hour.

They can pose severe danger to humans so it is highly advised, especially for campers and hikers, to avoid and be prepared for bear encounters. Most bear attacks occur when the animal is defending itself or its territory against any perceived threat. They rarely hunt humans for food.

Trivia

  • Brown Bear is shown to have combat knowledge against Cellien both in the Kemono Friends mobile game(2015) and the anime. She also has incredible strength and speed.
  • Brown Bear has a number of subspecies inhabiting Eurasia, North Africa and North America. Among them, Ezo Brown Bear and Kodiak Bear have been featured in the franchise as well.
  • Though brown bears rarely hunt humans, they are still incredibly dangerous predator. Among numorous bear attacks, Sankebetsu brown bear incident (三毛別羆事件) was one of the most well-documented, and deadliest bear attacks in Japanese history. Seven settlers in Sankebetsu, Tomamae, Rumoi, Hokkaidō, Japan were killed by a large Ezo brown bear in December, 1915. The bear is believed to have woken up from hibernation and ferociously attacked several households in the area to hunt for food.
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