Juvenile Black Bear Negative Footprint
The soles of the feet are black or brownish and are naked, leathery and deeply wrinkled.
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Juvenile Black Bear Negative Footprint measures 5.8 inches. Juvenile Black Bear Negative footprint is high quality cast that is perfect for educational art projects.
American black bears or Ursus americanus californiensis females tend to have more slender and pointed faces than males. Their claws are typically black or grayish-brown. The claws are short and rounded, being thick at the base and tapering to a point. Claws from both hind and front legs are almost identical in length, though the foreclaws tend to be more sharply curved.
The paws of the American black bears or Ursus americanus californiensis are relatively large, with a rear foot length of 5.4 to 8.9 in, which is proportionately larger than other medium-sized bear species, but much smaller than the paws of large adult brown, and especially polar, bears.
The soles of the feet are black or brownish and are naked, leathery and deeply wrinkled. The hind legs are relatively longer than those of Asian black bears. The vestigial tail is usually 4.8 inches long. The American black bears or Ursus americanus californiensis ears are small and rounded and are set well back on the head.