Ursidae, the Bear Family, is divided into three subfamilies, Ursinae (black bears, brown bears, polar bears, sloth bears, and sun bears), Tremarctinae (spectacled bears), and Ailuropodinae (giant pandas).
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Provides information on bears and fact sheets on a number of species.
Bear Trust International
General information, habitat conservation and education projects.
Bears of the World
Social behavior, habitat, breeding, and endangerment of the eight species of bears.
International Association for Bear Research and Management
A non-profit organization of biologists and others working with bears. Site has bear descriptions by species.
Malayan Sun Bear: Helarctos malayanus
Many videos and photographs with details of classification, status, description, range, habitat, biology, threats and conservation.
North American Bear Center
The NABC aims to improve the understanding of bears through education, research and rehabilitation. This site provides biological information on black, grizzly and polar bears.
WSU Bear Center
Researches and promotes global conservation. Provides articles about their research along with photographs and videos.
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