Black bear cubs are mostly born in middle to late January which is the hibernating season of black bears. They are completely dependent on their mothers when they are born, as they have almost no fur on their bodies. The weight of a newly born cub is not more than a pound, and they are born in litters of two to four cubs each. A newly born cub is not […]

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The red panda, which is also known as lesser panda, is referred by different names due to its appearance. His few other names are red bearcat and red cat-bear. It’s a small mammal that lives in the eastern Himalayas and South-western China. This beautiful creature facing extreme dangers of extinction is also known as the fire cat, small red panda, and western red panda. The preference of bamboo comes from […]

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The moon bear, (urus thibetanus) is also known as the Asian Black Bear, or the white chested bear. They are four-and-a-half to five-and-a-half feet long (1.4-1.7 m) nose to tail. The Males generally weigh 220-440 pounds (99-199 kg) and the females weigh generally 110-275 pounds (50-125 kg). These bears have a thick black and have a characteristic white or cream-colored V-shaped crescent across their chest and can have white fur […]

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The Giant Panda Bear, also called “Pinyin” in traditional Chinese, which means “big bear cat”, is a carnivore although its usual diet is bamboo. Pandas usually consume between 20 to 30 pounds of bamboo in a day.  Found mostly in the mountain ranges of China, Sichuan province and other neighboring provinces, it is an endangered species. “Black and white cat-foot” is the literal meaning of the scientific name of the […]

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Polar Bears Polar bears roam the Arctic ice sheets and swim in that region’s coastal seas. They are very good swimmers, and their big front clawed foots, which they utilize to paddle, are usually a bit webbed. Several polar bears have been noticed skating hundreds of miles from land, though they probably handle nearly all of that distance by sailing upon sheets of ice. Polar bears live in one of […]

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