This video from North America is called DISCOVERING THE BLACK BEAR.
From Wildlife Extra:
For a huge Black Bear, a very small ant would hardly seem to make a meal but in numbers these tiny insects are protein-packed.
Not only that, but the fact that bears eat ants is a crucial part of a complicated food chain that has wide-reaching benefits for wildlife in the US.
In a paper published in Ecology Letters, Florida State University researcher Josh Grinath examines the close relationship between bears, ants and rabbitbrush — a golden-flowered shrub that grows in the meadows of Colorado and often serves as shelter for birds.
Scientists know that plant and animal species don’t exist in a vacuum. However, tracing and understanding their complex interactions can be a challenge.
Grinath, working with…
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