There are eight different species of bear that are found in a wide range of habitats in both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres, mainly the Americas, Europe and Asia.
Bears (Of the family Ursidae) are stocky, bob-tailed mammals with 5 clawed toes on each paw. Three species inhabit Canada: the polar bear (Ursus maritimus), grizzly bear (U. arctos) and black bear (U. americanus). Black and grizzly bears occupy coniferous forest, deciduous forest, swamp and tundra habitats. Polar bears occupy the Arctic coasts and islands.
Difference Between a Grizzly Bear and a Black Bear
The above diagrams display information on Grizzly and Black bears... is there a difference in the diagrams and do you have a preference for one over the other? explain your answer.
Familiar Bears in Literature