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A bear is a large mammal of the order Carnivora, family Ursidae. The adjective ursine is used to describe bears.

Bears have a large body with powerful limbs. They walk very much like humans do. They have broad paws, long snouts, and round ears. Their teeth are used for defense and tools and depend on the diet of the bear. Their claws are used for ripping, digging, and catching

Bears live in a variety of habitats from the tropics to the Arctic and from forests to snowfields. They are mainly omnivores, although some have a more specialised diet, such as polar bears. They eat lichens, roots, nuts, and berries. They can also go to a river or other body of water to capture fish. Bears will commonly travel far from food. Hunting times are usually in the dusk or the dawn except when humans are nearby.

Many bears of northern regions are assumed to hibernate in the winter. They actually don't hibernate. Their body temperature sinks a relatively low amount and they can be easily awakend.

Laws have been passed in many areas of the world to protect bears from hunters or habitat destruction. Bears in captivity used to trained to dance, box, or unicycle, but it is now controversial to use animals in this way.

Bears have an average life expectancy of 25-40 years.

The bear's courtship period is very brief. Bears reproduce seasonally, usually after hibernation. Cubs come out toothless, blind, and bald. The cubs, usually born in litters of 1-3, will stay with the mother for six months, where they will be fed by milk and will start hunting with the mother in three months. Then, they are weaned. However, they will still remain nearby for three years. The cubs are sexually mature at seven years. Normally, bears are very solitary and will not remain close together for long periods of time.
Taxonmony
Phylum: Chrodata
Class: Mammalia
Order: Carnivora
Family: Ursidae
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AUDIO CLIPS
Bear
0.155MB  WAV  Hear Sound
signs of spring
Bear growl
Bear
0.203MB  WAV  Hear Sound
Signs of spring
Bear cub in distress
Black Bear
0.049MB  WAV  Hear Sound
Animal Tracks of Humboldt County
Bear Roar
Black Bear
0.052MB  WAV  Hear Sound
Humboldt Redwoods State Park - Plants and Animals
Black Bear
Brown Bear
Streaming  RAM  Hear Sound
National Geographic - Creature Feature Archive
Brown Bear
American Black Bear
0.086MB  RA  Hear Sound
Sedgwick County Zoo
American Black Bear
Black Bear
0.121MB  AU  Hear Sound
Texas Agricultural Extension Service
Black Bear sound
Bear
0.088MB  WAV  Hear Sound
JungleWalk
Bear
Bear
0.075MB  WAV  Hear Sound
JungleWalk
Bear
Bear
0.300MB  WAV  Hear Sound
JungleWalk
Bear
Bear
0.034MB  WAV  Hear Sound
JungleWalk
Bear
Brown Bear
0.084MB  WAV  Hear Sound
JungleWalk
Brown Bear
Grizzly Bear
0.077MB  WAV  Hear Sound
JungleWalk
Grizzly Bear
Bear
0.004MB  MP3  Hear Sound
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Bear Growling
Bear
0.004MB  MP3  Hear Sound
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Bear Growling
Bear
0.098MB  MP3  Hear Sound
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Bear Cubs Growling
Bear
0.035MB  WAV  Hear Sound
e-Vet
Bear sound
Black Bear
0.114MB  WAV  Hear Sound
Wildlife Unlimited
Sound 1
Black Bear
0.152MB  WAV  Hear Sound
Wildlife Unlimited
Sound 2
Grizzly Bear
WAV  Hear Sound
Hedge's Outdoors
Grizzly Bear
Sloth Bear
Streaming  RAM  Hear Sound
BBC
Sloth Bear audio clip
Black Bear
MP3  Hear Sound
National Geographic
Black Bear sound clip
Grizzly Bear
MP3  Hear Sound
National Geographic
Grizzly Bear sound clip
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