an extinct bear, Ursus spelaeus, that lived in caves in Europe during the Pleistocene Epoch.
The cave bear (Ursus spelaeus) was a species of bear that lived in Europe
during the Pleistocene and became extinct about 24,000 years ago during the
People have been excavating cave bear remains for hundreds of years—in the
Middle Ages, the massive skulls were attributed to dragons—but the past decade
The Cave Bear was one of the most common megafauna mammals of
Pleistocene Europe, as our human ancestors were well aware. Here are 10 facts
you may ...
By Bob Strauss , About.com GuideJune 15, 2012
The Cave Bear
, Ursus spelaeus, was one of the most common megafauna mammals of Pleistocene Europe. THE BEAR
IN TORPOR IS PRETTY MUCH HELPLESS AND IT TAKES A GREAT DEAL OF STORED ENERGY TO EVEN GET HIS HEART BEAT ON PACE, TH... More »
Cave Bear Fossils. PLEISTOCENE PERIOD: 200,000 - 10,000 years ago. cave
bear Found throughout caves in Europe, the Cave Bear (Ursus spelaeus) was ...
Auvergne Bear, also known as the European cave bear. A pre-historic genus of
bears that evolved from Protursus and initiated the Ursus line.
Information about the cave bear Ursus spelaeus and other prehistoric creatures.
Nov 25, 2008 ... Enormous cave bears that once inhabited Europe were the first of the mega-
mammals to die out, going extinct around 13 millennia earlier than ...
Directed by Michael Chapman. With Daryl Hannah, Pamela Reed, James Remar,
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