Today is International Men's Day, a day ment to let other men know it's ok to feel! To honest I've never felt that way for most my life I've learned to kill my emotions. Being angry and showing it was wrong for me because as a black Male ppl will just see me as the animal they think I am. Crying especially in public to me made you weak because men don't cry! I've held back many tears! Admitting that I'm tired, exhausted, and stressed from all the working I do Isn't manly because as a man that's you duty to provide and protect! So this is my story hopefully this gives insight and strength to someone struggling. You are not alone and it's ok to feel things!
Arctodus (Bear tooth) or short faced bear, was a giant bear that lived in North America during the Pleistocene 1.8 million -11,000 years ago.
This bear would have been a truly terrifying sight. It weighed 1 tonne, and could reach heights of 3.5 metres when stood upright.
There have been varying theories on how this creature fed, yet most paleontologists agree that it was purely carnivorous, not omnivorous like today's grizzly bear.
It had very long legs for a bear, which would suggest it could run at very fast speeds. However, its large weight and thin legs would have made it dangerous for this animal to rapidly turn when chasing prey.
This has led some experts to believe that Arctodus was a scavenger, and that it used its large size to intimidate and scare away carnivores who had just brought down prey.
This, along with the fact it had a particularly large nose, suggest that this animal caught the scent of a carcass before venturing out to find and scavenge from it.
It likely went extinct when humans began to migrate from Asia into North America across the ancient Bering land bridge. These humans, once again, likely hunted it to extinction.
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