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A bear is a large mammal of the order Carnivora, family Ursidae. The adjective, ursine, is used to describe things of bearlike nature.
Common characteristics of bears include a short tail, excellent senses of smell and hearing, five un-retractable claws, and long, dense, shaggy fur.
Bears have a large body with powerful limbs. They are capable of standing up on their hind legs. They have broad paws, long snouts, and round ears. Their teeth are used for defense and tools and depend on the diet of the bear. Their claws are used for ripping, digging, and catching. Bears eyesight is probably similar in acuity (sharpness) to the human eye. Black bears, and likely other bears, have color vision to help them identify fruits and nuts.
Depending on the species, bears can have 32 to 42 teeth. Bear teeth are not specialized for killing their prey like that of cat. Normal canine teeth in a carnivore are generally large and pointed used for killing prey, while bears canine teeth are relatively small, typically using them to defend or as tools. Bears molar teeth are broad, flat and are used to shred and grind plant food into small, digestable pieces.
Bears have four limbs that end in paws. Each paw has five long, sharp claws that are unretractible, unlike cats. These claws can be used to climb trees, rip open termite nests and beehives, dig up roots, or catch prey, ......