Bear

General

Bears are mammals of the Ursidae family.Bears are spread all over the world and there are eight species of bears that are found all over the Northern Hemisphere and some towards the Southern Hemisphere.

The modern bears comprise of large furry bodies with thick legs, shaggy hair, long claws and plantigrade paws.The polar bear is carnivorous and the panda feeds on leafy bamboo shoots.The remaining six species are omnivorous in nature. Bears are known to be active towards the night and stay with their young ones at all times.

Characteristics

Beer feeds honey, meat, insects and fruits as their diet.

Beer feeds honey, meat, insects and fruits as their diet.

The average height of male and female bears is 3 to 10 feet. The size of the tail varies from 3 to 7 inches. It weighs 60 pounds to more than 1500 pounds. Generally, male bears are larger in size and weighs more than female. The largest bear species called Kodiak bear, weighs more than 780 Kg and is above 10 feet in height

Distribution

Beer is really tall in height as it heights about 10 feet and weighs about 780 pounds.

Beer is really tall in height as it heights about 10 feet and weighs about 780 pounds.

Bears are mostly found in the northern hemisphere as well as Asia, North America and Europe. The brown bear is a native bear to South Africa. The Brown Bear is the most widespread species that is found all over Western Europe eastwards through Asia to the western areas of North America

Diet

The Bear is known to be an omnivorous eater who feeds on vegetables and trees as well as on meat, fish and honey.Bears can climb on trees to obtain fruits and vegetables while they can also swim in the water to capture fish.Bears also feed on small insects, meat and honey as well.

Reproduction

Bears are mammals that can give birth to two-three cubs cub at a time.The courtship is very brief . Bears in northern climates reproduce seasonally after the hibernation period.

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