This Malayan Sun Bear keeps digging and digging. Will he find what he's looking for?
The animals at the St. Louis Zoo get into the spirit of Earth Day by enjoying Earth Day related animal enrichment. The chimps and urangutans snatch treat filled "earth" pinatas and the Malayan Sun Bears enjoy drinking a sweet treat from their globes.
The Eight (8) Bear Species of the World
It's the Gnooze! (the G is silent) The white house has to save their email, the opposition leader in Pakistan is arrested AGAIN, & the world's smallest bear is in trouble. Marta Costello hosts the Gnooze - today's top stories in about 3 minutes.
Here the list of 10 most aggressive animals in the world
Kids in costume unveiled the eight new "Kids’ Choice Colors" as part of the 50th birthday celebration for the Crayola 64 Box, Wednesday, April 9, 2008, at Toys“R”Us Times Square in New York. The colors and their unique names, ‘best friends’, ‘awesome’, ‘giving tree’, ‘happy ever after’, ‘fun in the sun’, ‘bear hug’, ‘famous’ and ‘super happy’, were chosen by nearly 20,000 kids through an online survey and speak to what's important to today's youth. Special guests included Dr. Crayola, “Tip” the Crayola crayon mascot and celebrity chef Duff Goldman of Food Network's "Ace of Cakes", who created a giant replica 64 Box birthday cake!
This video is taken at Surabaya Zoo. Is it a black bear or sun bear? I will visit Surabaya Zoo next time. Read about Surabaya Zoo at *******sapteka.wordpress****/2008/05/10/the-surabaya-zoo/
Volunteer with zookeepers and learn about the likes and dislikes of sun bears, camels, elephants, tigers and more. Your tasks might include feeding, cleaning out and catching the animals and working as a guide.
A stunningly epic wildlife conservation documentary feature film following adventurer and biologist Chris Morgan traversing some of the wildest places on earth by motorbike, seeking out the rarest of the bear species and meeting the people dedicated to saving them from extinction. Chris camps with brown bears in Alaska for the salmon run, tracks the sun bear in Borneo and learns about the ancient beliefs that have inspired remote villages in Peru to conserve the Machu Picchu bears. In India he meets sloth bears in tiger country then polar bear cubs in the Alaskan Arctic before ending his journey in the Mongolian desert tracking the rarest of them all; the Gobi bear. With profits from the film being donated to the organisations featured this is the essential documentary for anyone that cares about bears, wildlife, wild places, conservation and the natural world, from www.wildlifemedia****.