The rare-bears are an extinct family of the carnivoran mammals. During the 1900s, many were found in North America, South America, Europe, and mostly of Asia. Common features include small rounded ears, large bodies with red shaggy hair, and short tails. Most rare-bears stood only on their two feet and also had common characteristics of a human. Rare-bears were the only family of bears to wear pieces of clothing to cover their bodies and only ate human food. Most of its diet consists of rice, fruits and vegetables, salads, pasta, sandwiches, chicken and also fish. Many humans treasured this aspect of rare-bears and took advantage of its capabilities for mostly entertainment and also business purposes. With their intellectual minds, humans were also able to develop communication to one another. By the next decade, rare-bears were seen mostly in circuses in Asia not as the main act, but serving at concessions stands. Some of its other occupations included working at children’s hospitals, welcoming customers into stores and also gardening. Throughout the next few years, since rare-bears were seen not to fit in society’s standards to own homes, drive cars and earn real money, its breed became aware of its kind taking advantage of. After this, many disappeared and humans until now still do not know its whereabouts and consider rare-bears to be extinct. Researchers have found that many still roam around with other bears, and blend into its lifestyle. Since there is still no distinction to determine a rare-bear, many have speculated that they camouflage its red fur in mud to hide from humans to able to live freely amongst themselves in wildlife.

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