Black bears are common in North American, and one of the few species of bears which are not “threatened” or “endangered” according to the IUCN. Revered by indigenous people groups of North America, the black bear was a symbol of strength and greatness. A graceful and typically non-confrontational species, they’re definitely a beautiful animal. In fact, the famous Winnie the Pooh was based on a young black bear cub. Winnipeg AKA Winnie was a black bear who was smuggled to Britain during the First World War and lived at the London Zoo. A.A. Milne’s son, Christopher Robin, became quite the fan of Winnie and consequently named his teddy bear “Winnie the Pooh” which led to his father’s famous stories.
If you’re looking for a fountain to fit your cabin or home up North, these three black bear themed fountains. Depicting the graceful bear species of the North, the forest decor with the soothing sound of trickling water will bring the taste of the woods into your home.
With a polyresin construction, this fountain is durable, lightweight, yet mimics the look of outdoor elements. Fitted with LED lighting, this fountain can be enjoyed day or night.
This fountain has a nice trickling sounds as water flows down various rock-like structures of the fountain. With a black bear on each side, this fountain has a symmetrical look.
Water pours stream-like through the levels of this fountain, creating a distinct sound of flowing water. Pooling into the bottom, the basin is illuminated by an LED light, giving the water a mystical feel.
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