Gallery description : spectacled bear

Spectacled Bear (tremarctos ornatus) is an animal of the mammal type. It inhabits coastal forests and deserts. The weight of this animal is about 130kg - 200kg (286lbs - 440lbs) and lives for 20 - 30 years. Human, jaguar, mountain lion predators are the dangerous creatures for spectacled bears. See the table below to learn more facts.

Click here to see more information about spectacled bears
Facts about spectacled bears
NameSpectacled Bear
ClassMammalia
Weight130kg - 200kg (286lbs - 440lbs)
Scientific NameTremarctos ornatus
Average Litter Size2
ColourBlack,white, grey
Life Span20 - 30 years
Size (H)1.5m - 2m (4.9ft - 6.6ft)
GenusTremarctos
Main PreyBerries, mice, birds
Top Speed48km/h (30mph)
Distinctive FeaturesLight spectacles on face and long claws
OrderCarnivora
LifestyleSolitary
HabitatCoastal forests and deserts
TypeMammal
KingdomAnimalia
Conservation StatusEndangered
FamilyUrsidae
Skin TypeFur
DietOmnivore
PhylumChordata
PredatorsHuman, jaguar, mountain lion
Image Details
Description Spectacled bear. Andean (Spectacled) Bear Cubs | Newsdesk
Width 1710 pixels
Heigh 1307 pixels
File type JPG
Download this image
Animal Picture Society (beta)