Typically, most bear species (specifically those indigenous to North America) have a diet that consists mostly of vegetation. Bear species who are small enough to climb eat lots of mast (which means fruit, nuts, and vegetation that grows from trees). The main exceptions to this rule are polar bears, who subsist by preying on marine mammals, and panda bears, who eat bamboo almost exclusively. The giant panda must consume a great deal more mass of bamboo, given its relatively low nutritional value.
A bear’s diet depends on the type of bear. Grizzly bears and Brown bears love salmon. Black bears mostly eat grasses, roots, berries, and insects. Polar bears eat seals.
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