Eurasian brown bear
Ursus arctos arctos
Truly omnivorous, these bears are opportunistic, taking whatever food they find. Their powerful claws enable them to dig for roots and flush rabbits and rodents out of burrows. Their long snout indicates that smell is an important sense.
Where they live
Scattered in South and Eastern Europe and parts of Asia
What they eat
Berries and nuts, roots, grasses, insects, fish, rodents