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<h1>The Brown Bear</h1>

<p>The brown bear (Ursus arctos) is native to parts of northern Eurasia and North America. Its
conservation status is currently "Least Concern." There are many subspecies within the brown bear
species, including the Atlas bear and the Himalayan brown bear.</p>

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<p>The following are subspecies of bears:</p>

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<li>Arctos </li>

<li>Collarus </li>

<li>Horribilis </li>

<li>Nelsoni (extinct)</li>
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<p>The following countries have the largest populations<br/>of brown bears:</p>

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<li>Russia</li>

<li>United States</li>

<li>Canada</li>

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<h1>The Best Coffee Regions</h1>

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<h2>Brazil</h2>

<p>Arabica dominates both Brazil and the world as a whole with about 85% of the production;
robusta accounts for the remaining 30%. In Brazil, arabica production is located in the main coffee-
growing cluster of states led by Rio where arabica is

produced almost exclusively. Robusta is primarily grown in the northwestern much smaller state of
Espirito Santo where about 80% of the coffee is robusta.</p>

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<h2>Colombia</h2>

<p>Colombia has a reputation as producing mild, well balanced coffee beans.Colombia's average
annual coffee production of 11.5 million bags is the third total highest in the world, after Brazil and
Vietnam; though highest in terms of the arabica

bean. The beans are exported to United States, Germany, France, Japan, and Italy. Most coffee is
grown in the Colombian coffee growing axis region.</p>

<a href="#">Learn More about Colombia</a>

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<h2>India</h2>

<p>Indian coffee, grown mostly in southern India under monsoon rainfall conditions, is also termed
as “Indian monsooned coffee". Its flavor is defined as: "At its best similar to the flavor characteristics
of Pacific coffees, but at its worst bland and uninspiring―. The two well known species of coffee grown
are the Arabica and Robusta. Probably the most commonly planted Arabica in India and Southeast Asia
is S.795.</p>

<a href="#">Learn More about India</a>

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<h2>Ethiopia</h2>

<p>Ethiopian beans can be divided into 3 categories: Longberry, Shortberry, and Mocha. Longberry
varieties consist of the largest beans and are often considered of the highest quality in both value and
flavor. Shortberry varieties are smaller. The Mocha variety is a highly prized commodity. Mocha Harars
are known for their peaberry beans that often have complex chocolate, spice and citrus notes.</p>

<a href="#">Learn More about Ethiopia</a>

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<h2>Costa Rica</h2>

<p>Costa Rican coffee beans are considered among the best in the world. Tarrazu is thought to
produce the most desirable coffee beans in Costa Rica. In 2012, Tarrazu Geisha coffee became the most
expensive coffee sold by Starbucks in 48 of their stores in the United States, using the Clover automated
French press. The finest coffee is typically grown at altitudes of 1200 to 1700 meters.</p>

<a href="#">Learn More about Costa Rica</a>

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<h2>Kenya</h2>

<p>The acidic soil in highlands of central Kenya, just the right amount of sunlight and rainfall provide
excellent conditions for growing coffee plants. Coffee from Kenya is of the 'Colombia mild' type, and is
well known for its intense flavor, full body, and pleasant aroma with notes of cocoa and high grade
coffee from Kenya is one of the most sought-after coffees in the world.</p>

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