Bear Questions and Answers (Q&A)

Explore hundreds of interesting bear questions and answers (q & a).... Read More Become a part of the community, collaborate with the like-minded people from across the world, and share answers about bear questions. You can also ask any question in case you do not find answers in our library or help someone by providing your best answer.

A Baby bear is called a cub.

Cubs are born blind and covered with fine hair and female bears can give 1 to 5 cubs at the same time. However, 3 is an average value.

Bears belong to the Ursidae family and are mammals. They are mostly found in North America, South America, Europe,...

4 Answers

The grizzly bear (Ursus arctos ssp.) is an extensive subspecies of brown bear occupying North America. Researchers mostly don't utilize the name grizzly bear however call it the North American brown bear.

Different morphological forms now and again perceived as subspecies exist,...

2 Answers

The grizzly bear has an articulated shoulder hump, which the black bear needs. It likewise has a curved or "dished" facial profile, littler ears and considerably bigger claws than the black bear. Black bears have a flatter, "Roman-nose" profile, bigger ears, no noticeable shoulder hump and...

2 Answers

There was a time when people thought that panda bears may be more closely related to the raccoon probably because of their appearance. Through the researches that are done by professionals, they have finalized that panda bears are closer to bears. There are different bear species that are...

2 Answers

Pandas are very easily recognized by their large black patches over its eyes, ears and middle of their body. Giant pandas are native to China, although they can be found in some zoos around the world. Prior to 2016, the giant panda was on the endangered list, but panda numbers have been on the...

2 Answers

Bears usually eat a variety of plants, berries, and insects on a daily basis. Contrary to popular belief, they are not blood-thirsty carnivores. Bears are omnivores, meaning they eat both meat and plants. They are usually an apex predator, at the top of the food chain in their environment....

2 Answers

Baby bears are called cubs. Gestation typically lasts 6–9 months, including delayed implantation, and litter size numbers up to four cubs. Giant pandas may give birth to twins but they can only suckle one young and the other is left to die. In northern living species, birth takes place...

2 Answers

The panda bear, also known as the Giant Panda, is indigenous to Central China. They are mostly located in Sichuan, Shaanxi, and Gansu.

The giant panda has black and white fur. Pandas are technically omnivores. They eat grasses, wild tubers, and birds, such as rodents, birds, and...

2 Answers

Chief Standing Bear was part of the Ponca tribe. He was born about 1829 in the traditional Ponca homeland which is located but the Niobrara and Missouri rivers. In 1877, the federal government (which had previously purchased the native land) decided to move the Ponca tribe to Indian Territory....

2 Answers

The Australian animal that is called a bear is not a bear is but a koala. They are called koala bears, tree bears or monkey bears by English-speaking settlers in the late 18th century only because they have bear-like features and behavior. They are mammals with the scientific name phascolarctos...

2 Answers

Loading, please wait...

Email Sent
We have sent an email to your address "" with instructions to reset your password.