Ice Age Cave Bear

The Giant Beast That Terrified Ancient Humans

By Hehner, Barbara & Hallett, Mark

Publishers Summary:
Describes how and where cave bears lived, possible reasons for their extinction, and what kind of relationship might have existed between these huge creatures and prehistoric man.

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ISBN
978-0-37581-329-0
Publisher
New York : Crown Publishers, 2002.


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School Library Journal

Reviewed on October 1, 2002

Gr 4-8 Third in a series on Ice Age mammals, this dramatically illustrated book investigates the realm of Ursus spelaeus, the huge bear whose bones litter the floors of European caves and whose likenesses were preserved by Cro-Magnon artists. Hehner discusses what is known about these largely vegetarian mammals, and what may be inferred by modern bear behaviors. Physiology, diet, behavio...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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