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Bears are one of the most widely distributed terrestrial mammals on earth. Bears have at one time or another lived in the wild on all continents but Australia. However, agriculture, urbanization, human population, and global warming have all lead to habitat loss for the bears. Below are the eight living species of bears, six of which are listed as either endangered or vulnerable by the IUCN.



Click on pictures for specifics on each bear:

American Black Bear
(Ursus americanus)

American Black Bear
Asiatic Black Bear
(Ursus thibetanus)

Asiatic Black Bear


Brown Bear
(Ursus arctos)

Brown Bear
Polar Bear
(Ursus maritimus)

Polar Bear


Sloth Bear
(Melursus ursinus)

Sloth Bear

Sun Bear
(Helarctos malayanus)

Sun Bear



Giant Panda Bear
(Ailuropoda melanoleuca)

Giant Panda Bear


Spectacled Bear
(Tremarctos ornatus)

Spectacled Bear

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