Authors: Bob Barner
Cubs can’t walk until they are four to five weeks old.
Cubs stay with their mother for two to three years.
GIANT PANDA BEAR
Cubs are born the size of a stick of butter.
Born in a den, cubs won’t come outside for several months.
At birth, cubs weigh about 1 pound.
live around the Arctic Circle
from Canada to Russia.
live in the tropical
rainforests of Indonesia,
Malaysia, and Vietnam.
live in a small area of central China.
are the only bear species
that is native to South America.
a type of brown bear, live in Canada and Alaska. Other brown bears live in Europe and Asia.
live in the grasslands and
forests of southern Asia,
including India and Nepal.
live in the mountains and woodlands of
(Asiatic black bears) are
spread across Asia from
Pakistan to Japan.
When Bob Barner is not working on books, he likes to present his work to schools and libraries around the world. He lives in San Francisco with his wife, Cathie. Learn more at
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Copyright © 2010 by Bob Barner.
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Book design by Amy E. Achaibou. The illustrations in this book were rendered in collage.
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