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Cave Bear(An Ancient Bear Bigger Than Dire Bear)



The cave bear (Ursus spelaeus) was a species of bear that lived in Europe during the Pleistocene and became extinct at the beginning of the Last Glacial Maximum about 24,000 years ago. Both the name cave and the scientific name spelaeus derive from the fact that fossils of this species were mostly found in caves, indicating that this species spent more time in caves than the brown bear, which only uses caves for hibernation. Consequently, in the course of time, whole layers of bones, almost entirely those of skeletons, were found in many caves. The specific name "cave" (Latin spelaeus) was given to Cave Bears because many of its bones are found in caves. The body length of the bear reached 2.7-3.5 metres, which is 30% larger than the modern brown bear. The front part of the body was more developed than the back legs which were short and strong; it also had a massive head. The skull of Cave Bears differ from the brown bear, having a much steeper forehead and lacking front teeth.It was most likely vegetarian with the main diet consisting of herbaceous plants and honey. However, in winter, in the cold season, the bear could hunt for prey and other animals. Cave Bears are found only in Eurasia, which formed in several geographical races, differing in size. The cause of extinction was probably the climate in the late Warm glacial period, when the forest cover has declined sharply, depriving the Cave Bears food sources. However, the prominent role played in its extinction were probably because of hunting activities of ancient people.


In the game, it is an aggressive bear that is larger than Dire Bear and has an extremely ferocious personality. If it is to protect the , it will actively attack surrounding creatures.
This bear is sometimes standing and walking on two legs, and when it is standing, it makes a "threatening roar", which is a warning to surrounding creatures.
This will give you a buff that increases attack power, defense power, speed, and regeneration, and will give debuffs that reduce fiber loss, movement speed, fear, and defense power to surrounding creatures.
In addition, the attack in bipedal walking is extremely high, and because it attacks with claws, it gives a large amount of bleeding effect and can drive the opponent to death.
Normal quadrupedal walking accelerates as you run, and its speed is about the same as Woolly Rhino.
Quadrupedal walking is mainly for movement, and standing bipedal walking is mainly for intimidation and attack.
Taming method
Adult bears cannot be tamed, unless they have cubs.
Because only children can be tamed, first you need to defeat the parent who protects the child.
And after defeating the parent, hand-feed honey to the baby bear left behind, taming is completed, and then you can raise it into an adult.
Fortunately, they are omnivores, so they will eat anything.
After taming
It can be ridden with a special saddle, can use "Menacing Roar" just like a wild one, can stand up and walk on two legs, can attack with claws that give a bleeding effect, and has excellent harvesting power. It collects more fiber and berries.
By the way, the strength is almost the same as Tyrannosaurus, so you can take this bear to the boss battle instead of Tyrannosaurus.

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