Bears live all over the world, including North America, South America, Europe, and Asia. A bear's habitat depends mostly on the type of bear, and its location in the world, as bears are found in both wooded and open environments. Most bears prefer densely sheltered areas for sleeping during the day. The polar bear's natural habitat is in the Arctic. Grizzly bears are mainly natives of North America.
They are found mostly in Alaska, Montana, and Washington. They live in open spaces like meadows, valleys, mountains, and heavily wooded areas. They may also reside deep in the jungle. The large black bears live mainly in forested areas