Thursday 18 June 2020

Dangerous Encounters: Brown Bear Simulations

A person gets up close and personal with a brown bear. This shows what it's like to get pushed around by such a powerful large animal. The massive bear can sure move heavy objects. The person inside the safety cage experiences the power of the bear. This is not a snack vending machine. This is pretty scary.

The brown bear (Ursus arctos) is an interesting bear species found across Eurasia and North America. In North America, the populations of brown bears are called grizzly bears. The fascinating brown bear is recognized as a national and state animal in several European countries.

1 comment:

  1. Which animals have the strongest bite?
    10. Hyena - Bite force: 1,100psi
    09. Grizzly bear - Bite force: 1,160psi
    08. Polar bear - Bite force: 1,200psi
    07. Gorilla - Bite force: 1,300psi
    06. Bull shark - Bite force: 1,350psi
    05. Jaguar = Bite force: 1,500psi
    04. Hippopotamus - Bite force: 1,800psi
    03. American alligator - Bite force: 2,125psi
    02. Saltwater crocodile - Bite force: 3,700psi
    01. Nile crocodile - Bite force: 5,000psi

    The results revealed that human skulls, far from being weak, are quite tough and unusually efficient for their size. Our second molars can exert a bite force between 1,100 and 1,300 Newtons, beating the orang-utan, gibbon and Australopithecus but lagging behind the gorilla, chimp and Paranthropus.

    The average bite force of a human being is 126 pounds per square inch, (PSI).