320 DTucker

320 DTucker - Interoffice Memo Date: To: 10/18/2007 Dwight...

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Interoffice Memo Date: 10/18/2007 To: Dwight Schrute, Assistant Regional Manager From: Darren Tucker RE: The Best Bear It has recently come to my attention that there has been some dispute concerning which bear is best. This is a debatable subject as there are many schools of thought. Keeping in mind that the bear is a symbol of power and ferocity, it is safe to say there are degrees of how bear-like each species actually is. I feel it would help put this debate to rest if we looked at species as good, better, and best. The Malayan bear Found in the tropical rainforests of Southeast Asia, the Malayan (or Sun bear) is approximately 4 feet in length, making it the smallest member in the bear family. It usually weighs less than 145 lbs., with the male being the heavier sex. It has inwardly turned feet which make the bear walk pigeon toed and inhibits any fast running. It preys on lizards, birds, eggs, and termites. All of these traits are far from being a formidable foe. The Sun bear is hunted by tigers and pythons.
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2011 for the course MCOMM 320 taught by Professor Rockwood during the Winter '07 term at BYU.

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