Bear Coloring Pages For Kids

Please enjoy our free printable bear coloring pages for kids. These free printable coloring sheets come in a PDF format and feature a wide range cute bear and teddy pictures. They range from easy bear coloring pages for toddlers to more difficult bear pictures for older boys and girls. We hope they provide hours of coloring fun for your toddlers, kids, boys and girls! If you haven't found what you're looking for here, please check out our complete range of animal colouring pages or our fun bear facts!

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Fun Bear Fact #1

Polar Bears have the strongest bite of all the bears, with a force of over 1200 pounds per square inch. That’s over 6 times more powerful than a grown up chewing a steak, but a T-Rex was 10 times more powerful than a Polar Bear!

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Fun Bear Fact #2

Adult grizzly bears can run at a speed of 40 miles per hour (64 kilometers per hour) which is around the same speed as a greyhound and faster than a Velociraptor or the fastest Olympic sprinter.

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Fun Bear Fact #3

Just like a good raincoat, a Polar Bear’s coat has two different layers. The Polar Bear has a shorter fur layer that provides insulation from the cold and a longer waterproof layer that prevents rain getting inside.

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Fun Bear Fact #4

Bears can see, smell and hear what’s around them better when they stand up on their back legs, and cubs often need to stand just to see over the grass. It might look threatening, but when a bear stands up it doesn’t mean they're going to attack.

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Fun Bear Fact #5

Polar bears are the largest of all bear species and can weigh up to 1500 pounds (680 kilograms). That’s the same weight as around 8 grown-up men, but a lot smaller than a T-Rex. It would take more than 10 Polar Bears to weigh the same as a T-Rex.

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Fun Bear Fact #6

There are eight different species of bears living today each with a different look and different characteristics, Andean Bears, American Black Bears, Asian Black Bears, Brown Bears, Panda Bears, Polar bears, Sloth Bears and Sun Bears.

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Fun Bear Fact #7

Polar bears are the biggest bear species and can grow to around 3 meters (10 feet long) which is ⅔ the size of a car and almost as long as 2 grown-up's bicycles parked in a line.

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Fun Bear Fact #8

Bears are one of the smartest land animals and have been seen covering their tracks and sneaking behind trees to avoid humans, hiding their scent to creep up on prey, and remembering where to find food for years. Clever!

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Fun Bear Fact #9

Scientists think bears have the best sense of smell of any animal on earth and can detect food, predators, cubs, or a mate from miles away. A bear’s sense of smell is 2,100 times better than a human’s. Wow!

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Fun Bear Fact #10

The fur of Polar Bear’s isn’t actually white. In fact it has no collar at all and just reflects the white light around it. This enables the Polar Bears to blend into their surroundings and catch unsuspecting seals.

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