In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Stop along this byway to hike across broad plateaus and to admire Rocky Mountain goats, moose, black bears, grizzly bears, marmots, and mule deer.
- While the bighorn sheep, the black bear, the mountain lion and the bobcat inhabit higher elevations and are elusive to visitors, one is more likely to sight the elk and the moose in the valley.
- However, unlike the black bear, giant pandas do not hibernate and cannot walk on their hind legs.
- This still largely uncharted region of the world is home to Asian elephants, leopards, Himalayan black bears, wild boars, and the sambar deer, a delicacy for wide-ranging tigers.
- By contrast, North American black bears and grizzly bears diverged about five million years ago, he says.
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