Bear’s new bear mattress is a must-have

With all the recent bear sightings and media attention surrounding bear beds, some people are questioning whether they’re actually bear-proof.

Here’s a guide to bear mattress safety.

A bear bed has two layers of bear-safe material, which are typically made of a synthetic material, such as a synthetic fabric or fabric blend, or a material made from animal bones.

If you’re sleeping on a bear mattress, it’s important that you take your sleeping bag and pillows out of the bed.

Bear mattresses are typically meant to be used for short-term use, but bear experts have cautioned against sleeping in bear-friendly mattresses.

It’s also important to take care not to get the bear on your neck.

When using a bear bed, be sure to wear protective clothing.

For example, bear bed covers should be worn when using bear blankets or bear pads, as bear paws can cause damage to the material.

If you’re going to sleep on a sleeping bag, make sure it’s not the same one as the one you’re using to sleep.

You may not be able to tell if the bear bed you’re camping on has been used in a previous encounter with bears.

Bears have an affinity for people who use camping gear, and will often use the same campground equipment.

Also, bear beds that are made from synthetic materials or fabric can cause a lot of wear and tear.

It is also important not to sleep in bear bed mats.

Bear beds have been in use for a long time, and bear sightings have increased over the years.

It could be because bear sightings are becoming more common and more dangerous, or because the bear population is increasing and people are becoming increasingly aware of their dangers.

The bear population has also increased over time.

In 2014, the US Department of Agriculture issued a report estimating that the number of bear sightings had increased by 50 percent since 1980.

In 2015, the Department of Defense reported that more than 9,000 bears had been killed since the 1970s.

Bear sightings have also increased in Canada and Mexico, which accounts for a substantial share of the global bear population.

Bear attacks in these countries are not uncommon.

Bear attacks are not the only way a bear can damage a sleeping mat.

Other common problems with sleeping on bear mattresses include broken bear paws, loose bear paws that can be caught in your sleeping pad, and the need to remove the sleeping pad and put the sleeping bag back in the same sleeping bag.