When brown bears are ready to hibernate, they dig or find dens, usually within hillsides, where they will sleep for the entire duration of winter.

Mother bears and her cubs Brown bears are often solitary mammals with the exception being cubs that live with their mother at the beginning of their lives.

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But regardless of this small size, they are just big enough to nestle into their mother’s fur and place themselves in a position where they can nurse for the remainder of the winter.

Their mother’s milk is very high in fat and allows for these cubs to grow rapidly during this hibernation period.

Although brown bears do hunt and eat meat, they can acquire most of their daily sustenance through fruits and berries that they find within the forest.

But as they get closer to the winter hibernation brown bears will begin to consume a high-fat diet.

The queen bee is largely in charge of laying eggs that will further populate the next generation for the hive.

The queen controls the hive by emitting certain chemicals in order to regulate the social and work schedule.

During hibernation, a female brown bear will give birth to one or more cubs without waking up from her deep slumber.

The newly born cubs come out the size of a small chipmunk.

During the spring and summer, the hives are most active.

During the winter, the honeybees gather in a cluster in order to preserve warmth and survive off of the stored pollen and nectar that was collected during the warmer months.

Once the long winter is over, the cubs are strong enough to walk and stand by themselves and will continue out into the world alongside their mother.