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The way I knew this was a black bear and not a brown bear (ahem, grizzly bear) is because of the difference in size and some small indicators like ear shape and the lack of a shoulder hump.
Indeed the name suggests that they are all black in color. Unfortunately it's not that simple. Black bears can range from light/cinnamon brown to a dark black shade, and in rare cases; white! If you'd like, national geographic has a bit more information that's reliable enough to trust :)
Hi there, it's hard to tell the distinct markings of the snake from this picture, but you may have some luck by looking at this website- http://www.herpsofnc.org/herps_of_nc/sna... and checking if you recognize any of those!
My boyfriend and I live in Whistler BC, and we decided to go for a drive as the sun was going down. Just off of a main road in the area. We saw a total of 5 bears on the drive, all on that same strip of road!