How Many Toes Does a Bear Have?


Bears do not have toes but they do have claws. Most have five nonretractile claws on each paw. So, a bear has twenty claws in all. They are used for protection and to catch prey, like fish.
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They have 5 toes per foot. So 10 toes like us, 5x2=10.
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It is NOT true that "Most bears have 4 in the front and 5 in the back" as M.j Lim says. ALL bears have 5 front and 5 rear. The panda 'thumb' on the front paws is not actually
Black bears have 5 toes! Black bears are the smallest American bears, and the most common.
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Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Carnivora Family: Ursidae
The bears we know today actually have as their ancestors bears that have been evolving for some 40 million years. Fossils of the earliest "true bear", Ursavus elemensis, have been found from the Mioncene Epoch in what was then... More »
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