Cool bear singing and dancing :)
Mr. Bear tries to escape through a window.
Polar bear with a lot of free time :) This video is really short, but the bear kept doing this special move for more than an hour... or maybe he's still doing it even now :)
A pudgy sloth bear dukes it out with the local foliage. Another bear comes to help, but the foliage wins anyway. Man, that must be some premium tree sap. Perhaps if the bear didn't try to balance on objects one-tenth its weight...
Mr. Bear builds a bear-a-pult and uses it.
These poor sloth bears are forced to dance and do tricks, a ritual thats been going on for thousands of years that has almost killed off these rare sloth bears. So the bear wrangler doesnt get hurt, they rip off the teeth and the claws of these bears at 4 weeks old.
A short look at the life of a Indian Bear Wrangler. He literally tortures them for money.
Mr. Bear answers some viewer mail.
Mr. Bear wishes Happy Holidays and protects his friend Mr. Snowman from an evil snowman army.
Today, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service formally proposed to list the polar bear as threatened with extinction under the Endangered Species Act. This follows a multi-year court battle by environmental groups to protect the bear from the impacts of global warming in the Arctic, including the rapid disappearance of the polar bear's sea-ice habitat.
The decision is in response to a petition brought by the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) and other environmental groups. Listing under the United States Endangered Species Act will provide broad protection to polar bears, including a requirement that U.S. federal agencies will be obliged to ensure that any action they authorize, fund, or carry out will not jeopardize the polar bears continued existence or adversely modify its critical habitat.
Polar bears live only in the Arctic and are totally dependent on the sea ice for all of their essential needs, including hunting for their prey of ice seals. The rapid warming of the Arctic and melting of the sea ice poses an overwhelming threat to polar bears, which could become the first mammal to lose 100 percent of their habitat to global warming.
Recent science has indicated that time is short for the polar bear. The arctic ice cap shrunk to a record low, and recent studies indicate the North Pole could be ice free by 2040. The polar bear population has declined from approximately 1200 bears in 1987 to fewer than 950 bears in 2004.
For more information log onto www.nrdc.org.
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The cutest polar teddy bear in the world. Amuse and entertain your kids with this teddy bear that scratches his cheek while sleeping. He also has some snot to throw at the camera. No animals were harmed in the making of this video.
Grits the Dachshund provides Bear the Chocolate Lab with a complimentary dental cleaning.
A Small Movie I Made About Eight Types Of Bear
This Bear got a bit too close! Right at the back door! and hung around.