Why is Bears rated G?
Official MPAA Rating: Bears is rated G for
Violence: The bears narrowly miss being swept away in an avalanche. A mother bear fights to defend her cubs from predators including a wolf and a male bear. A cub gets separated from his mother when the tide comes in. Some blood is shown when the bears catch salmon and eat their flesh.
Sexual Content: Brief scene includes some romantic music and a comment about a boy bear that likes a girl bear.
Alcohol / Drug Use: None