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Bear Travel Guide  

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Situated in New Castle County in Delaware, USA, the town of Bear is spread over an area of 14.9 sq km. As it is located on the Atlantic Coastal Plain, the terrain is characterised by a flat, sandy and, in some areas, swampy ground.
The climate of the city is temperate and humid. The temperatures are regulated by the Atlantic Ocean. Summers are hot where the average temperature is around 24°C, while the average winter temperature is around 2°C.
Established as a small town, the city now has a population of around 18,000. It has become a popular location for construction of housing complexes and shopping centres.
As the area and climate are conducive to the growth of vegetation, a number of small farms can be found in the rural area.

Area code:
0302
Time zone:
UTC+-5
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Reviews Bear

Pradip Kumar Chakrabarty
Overall rating 7
Overall Guide : Sloth Bear is now an endangered species due to loss of it's habitat, specially of foothills area Eastern Himalayan ranges India. As per various survey reports of time to time and specially of Wild Life Institute of India in past... more say about 20 yrs ago there was plenty of evidences of good population of finding Sloth Bear within the foot hills area Eastern Himalayan ranges. Recently due to loss of habitat mainly for man made causes population declined rapidly and now become very rare species of the said region.
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