65 Bear Quotes On Success In Life

These bear quotes will inspire you. Bears are carnivoran mammals of the family Ursidae.

A collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging bear quotes, bear sayings, and bear proverbs.

Best Bear Quotes

  1. “Bears are not companions of men, but children of God.” – Charles Muir
  2. “It would be fitting, I think, if among the last manmade tracks on earth would be found the footprints of the great brown bear.” – Earl Fleming
  3. “If we can learn to live with bears, especially the grizzly, and if we can learn to accommodate the needs of bears in their natural environment, then maybe we can also find ways to use the finite resources of our continent and still maintain some of the diversity and natural beauty that were here when Columbus arrived.” – Stephen Herrero
  4. “The bears went out one day looking for food which was other bears” – Andrew Witham

  5. “He tried to act like a bear, and for us on the island, you don’t do that. You don’t invade on their territory… For him to act like a bear the way he did, to me it was the ultimate of disrespecting the bear and what the bear represents.” – Werner Herzog
  6. “It’s. A. Bear! Granted it seems like a very intelligent bear, but it’s still a bear! It has no concept of revenge.” – Christopher Barnard
  7. “Bears have been known to attack man, although the fact is that fewer people have been killed by bears than in all of World World I and World War II combined. ” – Peter Gaulke
  8. “Clever bears think of everything.” – Randal Case

  9. “It is estimated that bears kill over two million salmon a year. Attacks by salmon on bears are much more rare.” – Peter Gaulke
  10. “The great attraction everywhere would be Simon Smith and his dancing Bear. It’s Simon Smith and his Amazing Dancing Bear.” – Jim Henson
  11. “Polar bears have always hunted from floating platforms of sea ice.” – Stephen Judson
  12. “This is a cold, stark world, but to polar bear mothers and cubs, it’s paradise.” – Stephen Judson

  13. “Some of these calves are just a week or two old, and they’re easy pickings for bears and wolves.” – Stephen Judson
  14. “Polar bears sure have great coats.” – David Campbell
  15. “I look like a bear, I talk like a bear but I can’t fish, I can’t climb a tree, I can’t even go in the woods!” – Steve Be
  16. “A bear? No, bears are sweet! Besides, you ever see a bear with forty-foot feet?” – James Lapine
  17. “Care Bears, get ready to care… prepare to stare… stare there!” – Pino Van Lamsweerde

  18. “Bears typically hibernate through the winter, so late autumn is crucial in terms of their survival.” – Geoffrey Luck
  19. “Beware / The Bear’s in town / Somebody’s money says the Bear’s going down / Yeah, the Bear never smiles ” – Mark Knopler
  20. “Every Teddy Bear who’s been good / Is sure of a treat today / There’s lots of marvelous things to eat / And wonderful games to play.” – Jimmy Kennedy
  21. “Polar bears, in turn, are considered to be youngest bears of all.” – Bernd Brunner

  22. “As the animal that, perhaps more than any other, embodied the pagan concept of a kinship between man and nature, the bear play.” – Bernd Brunner
  23. “The many surviving stories about bears reveal the variety of roles that they have played in the human imagination, from enemies of mankind to their protective spirits.” – Bernd Brunner
    www.wisesayings.com/bear-quotes/#153570″The many surviving stories about bears reveal the variety of roles that they have played in the human imagination, from enemies of mankind to their protective spirits.” – Bernd Brunner
  24. “The many surviving stories about bears reveal the variety of roles that they have played in the human imagination, from enemies of mankind to their protective spirits.” – Bernd Brunner
  25. “In some tales, humans became bears as a result of unfortunate tree-climbing episodes.” – Bernd Brunner

  26. “Bears are well-known and have a positive image for much of the public.” – Christopher Servheen
  27. “Bears are a key indicator of ecosystem health wherever they are found. As such, bears can be a key focus for ecosystem conservation.” – Christopher Servheen
  28. “Black bears are much more adaptable, and willing and able to live in a much closer proximity to people.” – Linda Masterson
  29. “In some tales, humans became bears as a result of unfortunate tree-climbing episodes.” – Bernd Brunner

  30. “With the black bear population healthy or growing across much of the continent, and people populations on the increase as well, people and black bears are encountering each other more often. And like the early pioneers, we have a choice to make.” – Linda Masterson
  31. “Black bears can survive–and even thrive–on the fringes of civilization, or sometimes right in the midst of it.” – Linda Masterson
  32. “Bears are sort like people. They sit and stand, like people do. They use their paws like hands. Bears eat vegetables, meats and sweets.” – Diana Star Helmer
  33. “The bears are one of the most diverse groups of large mammals.” – Christopher Servheen

  34. “Bears project a mighty physical presence and a capacity for action. They are smart, something that often becomes apparent the moment you come face-to-face with one. ” – Charles Fergus
  35. “Bears with their great size and strength, remind us of how weak and ineffectual we are as organisms: a bear, even a small one, could abolish a human fairly easily.” – Charles Fergus
  36. “People probably have revered bears for as long as we have interacted with them. And while bear worship is not a part of most modern religions, it is natural for us–even those of us who have never seen a bear–to be awed by such magnificent and formidable creatures.” – Charles Fergus
  37. “Bears remind us of ourselves. They walk on the flats of their feet, as people do. ” – Charles Fergus

  38. “Bears look like they might be slow because they have short legs and large feet. However, some kinds can move very quickly!” – Therese M. Shea
  39. “All bears have thick fur and large heads with small eyes and small, round ears. Bears can walk upright, like people, on two big feet.” – Therese M. Shea
  40. “Bears are masters of survival. They have developed a perfect way to conserve energy during winter, when food is scarce. How do they do this? They hibernate, or sleep, through the winter.” – Catherine Lukas
  41. “The extra fat feeds the bears during winter and helps keep them warm. As cold weather approaches, bears stop eating and grow tired and sleepy.” – Catherine Lukas
  42. “Polar bear’s only predators are humans.” – Christina Wilsdon

  43. “Bears make many noises , including grunting, blowing, woofing, and growling. Cubs whine or cry when they are upset or ‘chuckle’ when they are happy.” – Catherine Lukas
  44. “Polar bears are large, powerful creatures that live in the icy Arctic. But sadly, they are becoming more rare because of climate change and other damage to their habitat.” – Christina Wilsdon
  45. “Many people are working to find to slow global warming. They hope that polar bears will benefit from their work.” – Christina Wilsdon

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