Most Endangered Bears

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Black bears are omnivorous, territorial, and aggressive. Females reproduce at 5-7 years; males may weigh up to 280kg.

North American Black Bear

Brown Bear

Brown bears found in North America, Europe, and Asia vary in size and color due to geography and diet.

Polar Bear

Polar bears are large and endangered, with males weighing up to 800 kg. Females weigh around 300 kg.

Asiatic black bear

Asiatic Black bears have black fur, a white chest patch, big ears, and are more carnivorous. They don't hibernate in southern climates.

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Panda Bear

Giant pandas are endangered due to habitat loss, eat bamboo, and do not hibernate. Baby pandas are tiny at birth.

Sloth Bear

Sloth bears have long claws and can suck termites from a distance. They are nocturnal and don't hibernate.

Sun Bear

Staghorn coral population has declined by 98% due to pollution, overfishing, and climate change.

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