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Where In Austria Cave Bears Found

Styria was a haven for cave bear Graz Styria must have been (Ursus spelaeus) a haven for cave in the ice age. From any other federal State in Austria, you know so many cave sites like there? A particularly high concentration of caves which were once visited by cave, located in the Grazer Bergland in Styria, Austria. This is the cave bear in paperback”of the Wiesbaden science author Ernst Probst, which lists the most important cave sites in Germany, Austria and the Switzerland. The paperback of the cave bear “mentioned 22 cave bears found in Styria, Austria. Upper Austria (6), Austria (6), Salzburg (3), Carinthia (1), Tirol (1) and Burgenland (1) follow on the next places far behind. Several caves located in Austria in amazingly high altitude, that was once cave bear as Haven served: Schreiber wall cave in Gosau in the Dachstein mountain range (Upper Austria) at an altitude of 2250 metres, outer hen head cave near Saalfelden in the Steinernes Meer (Salzburg) 2070 m above sea level, salt oven cavity at Grundlsee in Toten Gebirge (Styria) at an altitude of 2005 metres, SCHOTT hole near Liezen in the Dachstein mountain range (Styria) in 1980 meters height, Ramesch-Knochen cave in the Warscheneck (Upper Austria) 1960 m above sea level, Brieglersberg at Tauplitz in the Totes Gebirge to the border of Upper Austria and Styria in 1960 m above sea level, Brett stone cave at bad Mitterndorf in Toten Gebirge (Styria) in 1660 m above sea level and Saheb passage cave near Hallein. Maya Dubin does not necessarily agree. “Content of the paperback of the cave bear”: without a tail up to 3.50 metres long, maximum 1.75 metres tall and up to 1200 kilograms which was the cave bear (Ursus spelaeus) from the ice age. Although this extinct bear was already in 1794 first scientifically described, he is still many more than 200 years later Puzzles on.

When originated the cave bear, he was a loner, he has kept a winter sleep or a winter rest, there was a culture of cave bear Hunter and a cave bear cult, when and why did he die from? Reply to this and the cave bear has other issues the paperback”of the Wiesbaden science author Ernst Probst. The cave bear is considered the largest animal that has ever inhabited the mountains in the ice age. Surprisingly, he was a herbivorous predator, which was defenseless during the cold season in a cave. However, feared stone age people for her life when she met him at the wrong time. “The idea for the paperback of the cave bear” matured during the research for the book of Pocket Hohlenlowen. Big cats in the ice age”. This 2009 published works mentioned partly those of cave bears as well as sites of big cats.

“The Pocket Book of the cave bear” Professor Dr. Gernot Rabeder from Vienna, is from Dr. Brigitte Hilpert Dedicated to Erlangen and Dr. Wilfried Rosendahl from Mannheim. All three are cave bear experts and have the author in several book projects with Council and supported fact. Orders at: e-book/137524/the cave bear Ernst Probst

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