spectacled bear

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spectacled bear

n.
A bear (Tremarctos ornatus) having black to brown fur with light-colored markings around the eyes and inhabiting forested regions from Venezuela to Bolivia. It is the only bear species native to South America. Also called Andean bear.
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Furthermore, historic records of Tremarctos ornatus, Puma concolor, and Lycalopex culpaeus were concentrated in coastal areas (Fig.
Tremarctos ornatus is the only bear native to South America.
Ecology, distribution, and food habits of spectacled bears, Tremarctos ornatus, in Peru.
Between 2002 and 2007, the sale of parts and derivatives of the Andean bear Tremarctos ornatus was registered in 27 of the 45 markets located in 14 of 24 regions visited in Peru.
Cerdocyon thous Zorro perruno 1 Ursidae Tremarctos ornatus Oso de anteojos He, Co 1 (*) Procyonidae Potos flavus Perro de monte -- Nasua nasua Solino Cr 4 Nasuela olivacea Mocoso 4 Mustelidae Eira barbara Ulama, Taira Pi -- Mustela frenata Comadreja -- Felidae Puma yagouaroundi Yagouaroundi -- Leopardus sp.
Comportamiento del Oso de Anteojos Tremarctos ornatus (Cuvier, 1825) (Carnivora: Ursidae) en un zoologico de Lima, Peru.
Sin tener en cuenta a los otaridos, la especie con mas publicaciones fue el oso de anteojos Tremarctos ornatus (17 publicaciones), seguido por la nutria marina (15), el lobo de rio (14) y el zorro andino Lycalopex culpaeus (13) (Fig.
If Paddington Bear really did come from Peru -- as the note around his neck suggested -- then chances are he is an endangered spectacled bear, of the species Tremarctos ornatus.
Andean bear Tremarctos ornatus (Carnivora: Ursidae) presence in the Amazon tropical forest of Peru.
De ellas los primates Ateles chamek y Lagothrix cana y el oso de anteojos Tremarctos ornatus son las especies mas amenazadas; incluso esta ultima es considerada en la actualidad como una especie rara por los pobladores locales.