Ursus Maritimus

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Related to Ursus Maritimus: Ursus americanus
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Noun1.Ursus Maritimus - white bear of Arctic regionsUrsus Maritimus - white bear of Arctic regions  
bear - massive plantigrade carnivorous or omnivorous mammals with long shaggy coats and strong claws
genus Thalarctos, Thalarctos - polar bears; in some classifications not a separate genus from Ursus
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Ursus maritimus is the scientific name for which bear?
Polar bear Ursus maritimus hearing measured with auditory evoked potentials.
A new DNA analysis suggests that Ursus maritimus split from the brown bear between 4 million and 5 million years ago- around the time when, some scientists believe, the Arctic's thick sea ice first formed.
Predation of thick-billed murres, Uria lomvia, at two breeding colonies by polar bears, Ursus maritimus, and walruses, Odobenus rosmarus.
Quien consume carne del Ursus maritimus, su piel o sus dientes?
Like McDonald's previous collection released last winter, Ursus Maritimus, proceeds from the sale of Turtle jewelry will help fund and raise awareness of efforts to preserve the environment and protect the sea turtle, as a cooperative effort with Conservation International.
The plight of cute baby ursus maritimus and their big white paws has become a dependably "awww" staple in annual BBC nature shows voiced by Sir David of the Attenboroughs each winter.
Polar bears, Ursus maritimus, are listed as a threatened species under the United States' Endangered Species Act and are classified as "vulnerable with declining populations" under IUCN's Red List.
Well, as an Ursus maritimus might growl, that's another kettle of fish altogether.
Quirky indie band British Sea Power, favourites round here, are doing their bit for Ursus Maritimus, the polar bear, by donating the proceeds of a specially designed T-shirt and sew-on team badge to BSP fan Gareth Ellis as he heads to the North Pole on the Polar Challenge race.