Black Bear Track
Despite living in North America, the American Black Bear is more closely related to the Asian species of black bear, rather than its continental neighbors such as the Grizzly or Polar Bear. Once roaming a large portion of North America's forested regions, the black bear is now secluded to sparsely settled forested areas, today. This is due in large part to human habitat encroachment. Even still, American Black Bears still enjoy widespread population distribution, leading to a 'least concern' endangerment classification. Black bears are also typically smaller than grizzlies, weighing between 200-600 pounds. Interestingly, East Coast black bears tend to be heavier than black bears on the West Coast, despite being the exact same species of bear.
Dimensions: 1" x 0.75"
Material: Lead-Free SafePewter™