The cinnamon bear lives in the U.S. in Washington, Colorado, Wyoming, New Mexico, Montana, Idaho, and also lives in western Canada. This bear is omnivorous, eating fruit, vegetation, nuts, honey, and sometimes insects and meat. Adults weigh 203-595 pounds, although cubs weigh half a pound at birth. Their shoulder height is 3 feet. This type of black bear is mostly nocturnal. They are great runners, climbers, and swimmers. Their fur is brown or reddish-brown. They have a gestation period of about 220 days, after which 2-3 cubs are born.