Bhalu (The bear) is a mammal. Although there are only eight species of bears worldwide, they are found not only in almost all parts of the Northern Hemisphere but also in some parts of the Southern Hemisphere. The Bhalu are abundant in North America, South America, Europe, and Asia. Nepali Bhalu Nepali Valu Video Nepali Bear
The modern bear’s body is large and covered with long hair. Generally, it has long shoots, hair-covered legs, long and cropped toes, and short tails. The bear is a violent and dangerous animal.
Polar bears are fully carnivorous, while another species of the large panda will survive by eating bamboo. In addition to these two species, bears of six species are known to be the proletariat, which allows both plants and animals to make their diet.
Except for the time of courtship and the time of raising a baby, bears are usually found alone. Although bears are active animals during the day, bears that live close to the human population are also active in the evening and at night.
The bear’s ability to smell is extremely sharp, and the scorpion is capable of running fast, climbing trees, and swimming in water. In the autumn, bears eat large quantities of pre-assembled foods that change their behavior. Bears live in caves on the ground, in caves.
Bhalu in Nepal Nepali Valu
A young man of Chitre village, the remote area of the Dolakha district of the Himalayan district was seriously injured in the attack of Nepali Bhalu. Twenty-four-year-old Tulke Tamang of Wigu Village ward no. 4 was seriously injured in the attack of Nepali Valu. According to the information officer of the District Police Office, Dolakha Resham Bohora, a man was attacked and seriously injured by a bear.