From swimming for miles without stopping to eating rubber boots, here are some fascinating facts about bears that you probably didn’t know.
Here’s everything you’ve ever wanted to know about the most commonly seen and well-known bear on the North American continent: The American Black Bear.
Everything you need to know about bear attacks especially when you’re in bear country. With an average weight of 454 kg. (1,000 lbs.), and sharp claws, it’s obvious that bears can do some serious damage to the human body. But the operative word here is ‘can’ not ‘will.’ They won’t just attack you out of nowhere. […]
The spectacled bear is also commonly referred to as the Andean bear of South America. Find out the facts about its habits and other details here.
The largest bears today are puny when stacked against the giant prehistoric bears that walked the Earth millions of years ago. Here’s some cool facts about them.
Commonly called grolar or pizzly bear, the polar-grizzly bear hybrid is far from a myth. And it’s possible we’re going to be seeing more of them in the wild.
The brown bear is arguably the most identifiable bear species today alive. Though many of its subspecies are now extinct, it still thrives in many areas worldwide.
The image of the California Grizzly Bear is almost everywhere you go in the state but you won’t find any real grizzly bears in the wild there. Here’s why. If you’ve had anything to do with the state of California, USA, you may have noticed that there’s the image of a big grizzly bear on […]