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Bears Around the World. Grizzly Bear: a subspecies of the brown bear. Type : Mammal Diet : Omnivore Average life span in the wild: 25 years Size: 5 to 8 ft Weight : 800 lbs S tatus : Threatened Fact: Grizzlies are quite fast and have been clocked at 30 miles an hour.

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grizzly bear a subspecies of the brown bear
Grizzly Bear: a subspecies of the brown bear

Type: Mammal

Diet: Omnivore Average life span in the wild: 25 years

Size: 5 to 8 ft Weight: 800 lbs Status: Threatened

Fact: Grizzlies are quite fast and have been clocked at 30 miles an hour.

kodiak bear a type of brown bear
Kodiak Bear: a type of brown bear

Type:Mammal

Diet: Omnivore Average life span in the wild: 25 years

Size: 5 to 8 ft Weight: 700 lbs

Fact: Kodiak bears are a particularly large subspecies of brown bear, endemic only to the Kodiak archipelago off the Alaska coast.

black bear north america s most common and familiar bear
Black Bear: North America’s most common and familiar bear

Type: Mammal Diet: Omnivore

Average life span in the wild: 20 yrs. Size: 5 to 6 ft long Weight:200-600 lbs

Fact: Black bears are not true hibernators. During their winter dormant period, though, they do not eat, drink, urinate, or defecate, but may wake up if disturbed.

polar bear lives in the arctic circle north pole
Polar bear: lives in the Arctic circle (North Pole)

Type: Mammal

Diet:Carnivore Average life span in the wild:25-30 yr

Size: Head and body, 7 to 8 ft; Tail, 3 to 5 in

Weight: 900 to 1,600 lbs

Fact: The bear's stark white coat provides camouflage in surrounding snow and ice. But under their fur, polar bears have black skin—the better to soak in the sun's warming rays.

sun bear lives in southeast asia is nocturnal
Sun bear: lives in Southeast Asia, is nocturnal

Type: Mammal

Average life span:Up to 25 years

Size:4-5 ft long Weight:60-150 lbs

Fact: Sun bears take their name from the bib-shaped golden or white patch on their chest, which legend says represents the rising sun. They have a stocky, muscular build, small ears, and a short muzzle, which has earned them the nickname “dog bear.”

spectacled bear only bear native to south america
Spectacled bear: only bear native to South America

Type:Mammal

Diet: Omnivore

Average life span in captivity: Up to 25 years

Size:5-6 ft

Weight: Males, 220-340 lbs

Fact: Spectacled bears’ face, neck, and chest markings are, like human fingerprints, unique to each bear.

sloth bear lives in the forests of south asia
Sloth Bear: lives in the forests of South Asia

Type: Mammal Diet: Omnivore Average life span in captivity: Up to 40 years

Size:5-6 ft ; Tail, 2-5 in

Weight:120-310 lbs

Fact: Sloth bears are the only bears that carry their young on their back.

source http animals nationalgeographic com animals mammals
Source: http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals