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SYBIL AND BENNY THE  BLACK BEARS

Sybil and Benny are Black Bears, that are mammals of the family Ursidae

My experience with raising Captive-Born Black Bears.
Both Bears are legal and have the proper permits required by my state.

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SYBIL LYNN BENNY
sybil the black bear benny the black bear

Sybil is a black bear that was adopted in April 2001.

Sybil was difficult raising, but, with a lot of time, patience and understanding she learned to trust me.

Sybil loved other species of animals.  She grew up with
dogs, a steer, chickens, ducks, llamas. 

After a year in the house, she was put in her pen.
She was  unhappy in there. That is when I decided to get her a "room mate". (Benny).  That plan worked out.
Both are very bonded. 

In the wild, black bears are generally solitary animals.
Obviously, in captivity, it does not apply, at least for Sybil and Benny.

Read more on Sybil on her Page.

Benny is a black bear that was adopted in April 2002.

Benny was the complete opposite of Sybil as a bear cub.
Benny was easier to handle than Sybil was. The reason for the difference in their personality is due to how the breeder handled them. Benny's breeder is an excellent breeder
where Sybil's breeder was the complete opposite.

For a black bear, Benny has a great personality.  He always seems happy and content.  Benny has never showed any aggression.  However, I still keep in mind, that he is a black bear that there could always be a chance his mood could change in a split second.  Caution and common sense is used when dealing with them.


Read more on Benny's on his Page.

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