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Asked by Trishb, Last updated: Oct 19, 2020

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K. Shadrach

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Answered Sep 25, 2020

A baby bear is also called a cub. There are a lot of people who think that bears are cute although they can be dangerous when they are already in adult form. People still find cubs that they see in their natural habitat and even in zoos as cute.

The word “cub” is used for different types of bears. It can refer to a brown bear, a polar bear, and all the other different bears that are available. The different names of babies are all different from each other. While people may be scared of bears, the usual diet of bears is meat and fish. There are also some bears that will only consume plants and insects.

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Answered Sep 21, 2020

A baby bear is called a cub.

• They are blind when they are born, and they have a lot of fine hair as soon as they are born.

• Their survival depends solely on their mothers.

• Cubs habitually stay with their mothers for two years.

• Bear siblings who have left their mothers may remain together for another year or so for protection.

• After hibernation, the cubs are bigger, livelier, and full of energy.

• Bear cubs are exceptionally playful, as they love to be together.

• Play fighting is imperative for young bears because it teaches them to protect themselves, helping them become more muscular, more capable bears.

• If playtime gets too rough, mama bear is always there to discipline them and teach them that fighting with siblings is just for play.

• They are expected to obey their mother’s rules.

• They also learn from her how to find food or hunt.

• Baby bears are so precious.

• The smaller bears tend to resemble a children’s teddy bear.

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Answered Sep 18, 2020

There are a lot of people who find baby bears cute. A baby bear is called a cub, and there are some cubs that are placed in animal sanctuaries because their mothers ran out on them or their mothers have already died, and they need to be taken care of.

There was a time when hunting bears is considered to be normal, but there are already some protests that are happening here and there because some types of bears are starting to become endangered. It is best for people to know their limitations too. Usually, bears will give birth to one cub, but some of them will be able to give birth up to five cubs at a time.

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Cesar H. Pablo

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Answered Sep 18, 2020

The correct answer to this question is Cub. Some animals have different names for the babies, depending on the gender of the baby. When it comes to bears, both female and male babies are called cubs. Female bears can give birth to anywhere from 1 to 5 cubs at a time.

However, the average number that they give birth to at once is 3. The cubs they give birth to are born blind and are covered in fine hair. Today, there are eight species of bears. Some of the most known species of these bears include polar bears, black bears, and brown bears.

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A. Lucius

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Answered Sep 18, 2020

There are a lot of people who are aware that a baby bear is very cute, but they are not exactly sure what a baby bear is called. You call the baby bear a cub. Like most mammals, cubs are born weak and a bit helpless. They would need to rely on their mothers so that they can finally become stronger.

Mothers usually teach their cubs how to look for food eventually. Then finally, when they are old enough, they would be doing things on their own. Until then, it is their mother that will provide them with the care and protection that they need. It is rare that cubs get abandoned by their mothers.

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B. Mary

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Answered Mar 12, 2020

A baby bear is called a cub. Cubs are usually very cute creatures that people would like to look at. They are born blind, so they can be very weak and helpless after they are born alive by their mothers. They are also covered with fine hair the moment that they are born.

Some bears will only give birth to one cub, but there are records of some bears that can give birth to about five cubs at the same time. Most of the cubs are born in January, probably because bears follow a certain mating season. There are a lot of other mammals that are also born alive, but some mammals are also hatched from eggs.

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Answered Jul 18, 2018

A Baby bear is called a cub.

Cubs are born blind and covered with fine hair and female bears can give 1 to 5 cubs at the same time. However, 3 is an average value.

Bears belong to theUrsidae family and are mammals.They are mostly found in North America, South America, Europe, and Asia.

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John Adney

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Answered Oct 19, 2017

Bear is called a cub it act's like it's momma.

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f.Isabellai

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Answered Sep 20, 2017

The proper term for a baby bear is a cub. This applies to both male and female bears, over all the various kinds of bears that live today. There are only eight species of bears on earth today that haven’t gone extinct. Polar bears, pandas, grizzly bears, brown bears, black bears, and the spectacled bear are the most known. The pandas feed mostly on bamboo, the only bear to be completely herbivorous.

On the other side of the scale, there’s the polar bear that feeds mostly on fish and meat, making it almost completely carnivorous. The rest of the bears are somewhere in between, feeding on both meat and plants. They are omnivorous. Bears up and down the world like berries, fish, and leaves.

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trishb7

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Answered Aug 23, 2017

Cub
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