The Kermode Bear, or Spirit Bear: a sub-species of the American black bear. Only found in what is known as the Great Bear Rain Forest located in west-central British Columbia and a few adjacent islands.
Kermode Bear, the Spirit Bear - British Columbia. “ The great bear rainforest in British Columbia is one of the largest coastal temperate rain forests in the world, with twenty five thousand square miles of mist shrouded fjords and densely forested.
Like ginger hair and freckles, kermode bears are. - Like ginger hair and freckles, kermode bears are the recipients of a set of recessive color traits. Kermode and black cubs often occur together. This kermode mother has a black cub.
Spirit Bear Kermode bear is also known as the spirit bear or ghost bear because of its rarity and because a small percentage of them have white coats. The species Ursus kermodei was named in 1905 in honor of Francis Kermode, a zoologist
A Kermode bear (a. spirit bear), a subspecies of the North American black bear, stands in the waters of the Great Bear Rainforest, located along British Columbia’s central and northern coast. By Bill Cubitt
See a Spirit Bear in person! Neither albino nor polar bear, the spirit bear (also known as the Kermode bear) is a white variant of the North American black bear and is extremely rare (about in the wild)