Non-Felines

Bears


  • Species Name: Ursus Americanus (black bear)  & Ursus Arctos (brown bear)
  • Weight: 180 to 250 pounds
  • Omnivore
  • Thick Outer Coat that varies in colors, usually dark brown to black.
  • 2 to 3 cubs in a litter
  • North & South America, Europe, Eurasia, Asia, Polar Regions
    • Grassland
    • Mountainous
    • Jungle
    • Wetlands
    • Arctic
    • Tundra
Least Concern

Currently, most bear species in general are under Least Concernt by the IUCN Endangerment Rating. This means that there is a healthy population of bears currently in the wild.

Cody

Holly

Huggy

Koda

Lolly

Pebbles

 

Rachie

 

Coatimundi


  • Species Name: Nasua Nasua
  • Weight: 4 to 15 pounds
  • Omnivore
  • Thin Multicolored Coat usually with rings or bands around the tail.
  • 1 to 7 cubs in a litter
  • South America
    • Jungle
    • Wetlands
    • Grasslands
    • Plains
    • Woodlands
Least Concern

Currently the coatimundi species in general is under Least Concern by the IUCN Endangerment Rating. This means that there is a healthy population of coatimundi currently in the wild.

Marcano

 

Molly

Lemurs


  • Species Name: Lemur catta
  • Weight: 2 to 5 pounds
  • Omnivore
  • Medium Furry Coat usually with rings or bands around the tail.
  • Typically 1 offspring
  • Southern Madagascar
    • Scrub
    • Deciduous Forests
    • Grasslands
    • Riverbank Forests
    • Humid Forests
Endangered

Currently the ring-tailed lemur species is under an Endangered label by the IUCN Endangerment Rating. This means that there is a small population of lemurs in the wild and highly likely to go extinct if populations continue to decrease.

Nina

 

Snooki