Answers Contain "Bear"

Based on the clues, guess these answers that contain the word "bear".
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Last updated: December 25, 2017
First submittedAugust 6, 2012
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Hint
Answer
Type of rug
Bearskin
Chinese animal
Panda Bear
Only YOU can prevent forest fires
Smokey Bear
His porridge was too hot
Papa Bear
Period of decline in stock prices
Bear Market
Russian embrace
Bear Hug
Pack ice hunter
Polar Bear
Jellystone Park denizen with a
sidekick named Boo Boo
Yogi Bear
Cheer Bear, Grumpy Bear, etc...
Care Bears
NFL team
Chicago Bears
Rubbery candy
Gummi Bear
Hint
Answer
2nd amendment right
Bear Arms
Muppet who says "Wocka Wocka Wocka"
Fozzie Bear
Bear who moved from Peru to London
Paddington Bear
Another term for the tardigrade,
a rugged microscopic animal
Water Bear
Fictitious Australian animal that
attacks from above
Drop Bear
"Man vs. Wild" adventurer
Bear Grylls
Bear named after the 26th U.S. President
Teddy Bear
Inaccurate term for a cute,
Australian marsupial
Koala Bear
Grizzlies are a subspecies of this
Brown Bear
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Level 85
Aug 4, 2012
It's Bear *Stearns*, not Sterns.
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Level ∞
Aug 6, 2012
Fixed. Thanks!
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Level 81
Aug 4, 2012
It's Daddy Bear in the original English story.
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Level 22
Aug 4, 2012
Agreed
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Level ∞
Aug 6, 2012
That will work now.
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Level 59
Aug 6, 2012
excellent quiz, quizmaster!
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Level 18
Aug 14, 2012
How could i not get panda bear??!! *smacks forehead*
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Level 59
Aug 29, 2013
I thought Cheer Bear, Grumpy Bear were those Berenstain Bears. I didn't watch either of them.
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Level 80
May 8, 2014
I was hoping something different for this quiz. So much pop culture and so few serious facts...
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Level 56
Jun 18, 2014
How do only 82% have Smokey?! There's a picture of him at the top and it even says Smokey on his hat!
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Level 35
Nov 18, 2014
We're not all North Americans!
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Level 68
Dec 29, 2017
I'm not North American, I had no idea what the question was about, but I saw the picture and hey presto.
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Level 80
Jul 27, 2018
So only North Americans can read words?
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Level 67
Apr 9, 2019
By reading other comments I gather apparently the name was in the picture? But there is no picture if you are on tablet or smartphone... (So to comment in the same tone of voice, I guess some americans do not realize that not everybody is on a laptop or pc. Hm Im sure that sentence could ve been improved, but you get the idea)
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Level 85
Nov 19, 2014
Only North Americans are able to translate hat language onto a keyboard, apparently.
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Level 72
Dec 26, 2017
I always thought he was Smokey THE Bear instead of just Smokey Bear. Did he have a name change somewhere along the line since the ancient days of my youth?
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Level 79
Dec 26, 2017
From the official "Smokey" web site: "In 1952, Steve Nelson and Jack Rollins wrote the popular anthem that would launch a continuous debate about Smokey’s name. To maintain the rhythm of the song, they added “the” between “Smokey” and “Bear.” Due to the song’s popularity, Smokey Bear has been called “Smokey the Bear” by many adoring fans, but, in actuality, his name never changed. He’s still Smokey Bear." (The Smokey trademark and intellectual property rights are jointly owned by The Ad Council, the USDA Forest Service, and the Association of State Foresters. See smokeybear.com
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Level 79
Jul 27, 2018
I almost missed him out, only noticed the name on the picture near the end. Not American.
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Level 59
Jul 27, 2018
I was ready to give up, but then noticed it says ''Smokey'' on his hat :)
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Level 33
Jun 21, 2014
Rubbery gummi bears... yum?
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Level 79
Jul 27, 2018
No, really. It's a delicious concoction of sugar, glue, and food coloring!
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Level 35
Jul 28, 2018
Glue? I won’t be ready to trade Gummi bears for giant chocolate bars anymore! Not that I ever was, mind you.
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Level 48
Jul 15, 2014
When I saw "Oh my!" all I could think of was George Takei & couldn't figure out what he had to do with bears. Good quiz.
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Level 43
Aug 26, 2014
I spent about a minute and a half typing 'Fozzi' without the E because that's how my friend's dog's name is spelled. -facepalm-
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Level 74
Oct 6, 2014
"Oh!" said Mummy Bear. "Someone's been sleeping in my porridge".
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Level 81
Sep 24, 2018
I think you mean Gummi Bears in the porridge.
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Level 66
Oct 11, 2014
Never heard of a drop bear!
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Level 65
Apr 29, 2015
only in Australia- and they only attack tourists. Look up and live
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Level 61
Oct 28, 2014
"smarter than the average bear" - yogi
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Level 55
Nov 18, 2014
I had no idea what the Russian embrace answer was. "Bear Hug"? Never heard of it.
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Level 44
Nov 21, 2014
It's also a common wrestling hold - where a bigger guy gets ahold of a smaller guy (the smaller guy typically doesn't get his arms out) and just squeezes and lifts the buhjeebus out of him.
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Level 78
May 12, 2016
I've heard the expression many times, but never knew there was a Russian connection with it. It's also a term used in corporate takeovers.
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Level 35
Jul 28, 2018
The weird thing is how I, having been to Russia on six occasions and knowing a bit of the language, have never heard of this Russian bear hug.
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Level 67
Apr 9, 2019
Same, I just know it as a warm strong long hug, instead of a fake half assed hug (like some do as a greeting, half hug half pat on the back)
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Level 80
Nov 18, 2014
You should accept "Da Bears" for the football team.
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Level 89
Aug 18, 2016
Lol, I typed it in just to see if it would work.
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Level 49
Nov 18, 2014
Sun bear should work for Chinese animal.
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Level 53
Aug 25, 2015
Agreed.
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Level 64
Jul 29, 2018
Hey that's what I tried first too.
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Level 52
Oct 3, 2018
me three
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Level 45
Nov 18, 2014
First put "threadbare" for "type of rug". Guess I was thinking of my own house! Then thought of the correct answer at the end. Only missed "Drop Bear" -- never heard of it.
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Level 44
Nov 21, 2014
Was mildly disappointed that there was no "Man-Bear-Pig."
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Level 47
Feb 1, 2015
yes
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Level 30
Mar 5, 2016
Would only be guessed by about 6% if that.
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Level 61
May 12, 2016
Are you super serial about that?
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Level 48
Dec 14, 2014
quiz needs composer Bear McCreary (Battlestar Galactica, Walking Dead, etc)
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Level 77
Feb 7, 2015
Giant pandas aren't actually bears!
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Level 70
Jan 11, 2016
Giant Pandas are definitely bears ... biologists argued about this a while back, but there is consensus now from DNA evidence.
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Level 78
May 12, 2016
Yep, they've been kicked out of the raccoon family.
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Level 73
Jul 27, 2018
We don't take kindly to panda bears.
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Level 80
Aug 23, 2015
"Bear weapon", "Bear a weapon", "To bear a weapon", "Bear gun". Ok, I give up that one...
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Level 60
Sep 7, 2016
I really want some gummi bears right now.
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Level 72
Sep 7, 2016
See if I were a bear, I would be not at all happy about humans claiming a right to my arms.
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Level 75
Jan 9, 2018
Smokey bear? I guess this is some patronising kids thing to stop them from setting fire to the forest and making the world explode but who decided to call him Smokey? Should have been Bernie
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Level 78
Jul 27, 2018
Why do you think trying to stop people from causing wildfires is patronizing? People die in wildfires, and millions of dollars' worth of property is destroyed each year. The name Smokey makes sense to me, and a few years after the ad campaign started an orphaned bear cub was rescued from a forest fire and named Smokey. He became the living symbol in public service announcements.
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Level 75
Aug 13, 2018
I don't think that trying to stop people from causing wildfires is patronising, I think that most of the videos and talks I was subjected to as a kid to try to persuade / dissuade me from whatever the hot topic of the moment was at the time were patronising and I am guessing that this is similar.

I could be entirely wrong, and I was only making a crappy pun anyway
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Level 81
Sep 24, 2018
I see what you did there. I don't know why it started a little flame war.
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Level 88
Jan 16, 2018
I was hoping Owlbear would make the list. Ah well.
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Level 74
Jul 27, 2018
I had never heard of the tardigrade. Just googled it. Spooky...
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Level 67
Apr 9, 2019
To the people that dont know it, you ve been missing out. It is an awesome creature with even more awesome survival skills.
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Level 47
Jul 28, 2018
How.....did I miss polar bear...?
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Level 62
Sep 28, 2018
No Bear Bryant? History is to be forgotten it seems.
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Level 52
Oct 3, 2018
no ant bear either ? little critter leaves conical holes in the sand and waits underneath for an ant to fall in
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Level 67
Apr 9, 2019
I know them as lionants/antlions
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Level 29
Mar 11, 2019
where's Umbearto Eco?
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Level 67
Aug 30, 2019
got 100% with 2.14 left :) Yay does not happen often (usually 80%) but this is the 2nd time this week I aced a quiz, unexptedly
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Level 78
Nov 20, 2019
Couldn't for the life of me get Paddington Bear, but was inexplicably credited with Water Bear when I entered "Space" in my guesses for Paddington as time wound down. I'll have to look that up.

EDIT: Okay, apparently tardigrades, or water bears, are the first animal shown to be able to survive the vacuum of outer space, and therefore in some instances are called space bears. Who knew?