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Sloth bears, Tadoba national park

Sloth bears, Tadoba national park

Oh my god a mix of my two favorite animals! ---Sri Lankan Sloth Bear

Oh my god a mix of my two favorite animals! ---Sri Lankan Sloth Bear

Panda

Panda

Sloth Bears live in Southeast Asia, primarily in the forest areas of Sri Lanka and India. Their populations are estimated to be between 1000 and 7000.

Elderly Sloth Bear Dies at National Zoo

Sloth Bears live in Southeast Asia, primarily in the forest areas of Sri Lanka and India. Their populations are estimated to be between 1000 and 7000.

Wolf pup probally the cutest thing i have ever seen.. Check it out, he has his…

Wolf pup probally the cutest thing i have ever seen.. Check it out, he has his…

Sloth Bear, primarily lives in Southeast Asia, in the forests of Sri Lanka and India (Melursus ursinus)

Sloth Bear, primarily lives in Southeast Asia, in the forests of Sri Lanka and India (Melursus ursinus)

Gray Fox (Urocyon cinereoargenteus) - the only native North American canid that truly climbs trees, and one of only a few in the Dog family (Canidae) capable of doing so.

Gray Fox (Urocyon cinereoargenteus) - the only native North American canid that truly climbs trees, and one of only a few in the Dog family (Canidae) capable of doing so.

Sloth Bear (Melursus ursinus) - Dancing bears were historically a popular entertainment in India, dating back to the 13th century and the pre-Mughal era. The Kalandars, who practiced the tradition of capturing sloth bears for entertainment purposes, were often employed in the courts of Mughal emperors to stage spectacles involving trained bears. They were once common in the towns of Calcutta, where they often disturbed the horses of British officers.

Sloth Bear (Melursus ursinus) - Dancing bears were historically a popular entertainment in India, dating back to the 13th century and the pre-Mughal era. The Kalandars, who practiced the tradition of capturing sloth bears for entertainment purposes, were often employed in the courts of Mughal emperors to stage spectacles involving trained bears. They were once common in the towns of Calcutta, where they often disturbed the horses of British officers.

Polar bears by Laura Keene

Polar bears

Polar bears by Laura Keene

sloth bear fighting tiger

sloth bear fighting tiger

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