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Honeyvore Bear
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Era(s)Era of the Wilds
Habitat(s)Akkala Highlands
Tabantha Frontier

Honeyvore Bear are Creatures in Breath of the Wild.[1]


Hyrule Compendium Entry

026 (026) Honeyvore Bear
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This king among animals is dangerous game for even the most seasoned hunters. They'll attack anyone who wanders into their territory regardless of the wanderer's weaponry. As their name implies, they have a natural love of honey. Extreme caution is advised when you spot one, but if you're sneaky enough and maybe just a little bit crazy... you just may be able to ride one.
Common Locations
Tabantha Frontier
Akkala Highlands
Recoverable Materials
Raw Prime Meat Raw Gourmet Meat

Honeyvore Bears are powerful animals that inhabit the wildernesses of Hyrule during the Era of the Wilds. They can be found in areas throughout Hyrule, but are particularly common in the Akkala Highlands and the Tabantha Frontier. Honeyvore Bears have primarily brown fur, with golden-brown muzzles. They are known to have a strong taste for honey.[2]

Honeyvore Bears are highly territorial animals, and will attack anyone who crosses into their territories.[3] However, they can also be ridden and tamed like a Horse, although they cannot be registered at a Stable. Bokoblins can also be found riding Honeyvore Bears in certain locations, such as in the Gerudo Highlands. When killed, they drop Raw Meat and Raw Prime Meat.


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See Also


  1. "Honeyvore Bear" — Hyrule Compendium (Breath of the Wild)
  2. "As their name implies, they have a natural love of honey." — Hyrule Compendium (Breath of the Wild)
  3. "They'll attack anyone who wanders into their territory regardless of the wanderer's weaponry." — Hyrule Compendium (Breath of the Wild)