The cinnamon bear (Ursus americanus cinnamomum) is a color phase of the American black bear, native to Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Idaho, Montana, Washington, Wyoming, Alberta, and British Columbia. The most striking difference between a cinnamon bear and any other black bear is its brown or red-brown fur, reminiscent of cinnamon, from which the name is derived. The subspecies was given the designation because the lighter color phase is more common here than in other areas. This rug is 72" long X 78" wide (across front legs). 6' X 6.5'. Bottom has metal hooks for hanging on the wall. Taxidermy work is just super! Best Taxidermist in Canada!