Short-Faced Bear

The short-faced bear, belonging to the subfamily Tremarctinae, is an extinct bear species that inhabited North America during the Pleistocene epoch. There are two recognized species – Arctodus pristinus (also called Lesser short-faced bear) and Arctodus simus, which is considered as the most powerful and largest land carnivore that inhabited North America 800000 to 12500 … Continue reading Short-Faced Bear