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In biological classification, Ursavus is an extinct genus of ursid carnivoran mammals that existed in North America, Europe, and Asia during the Miocene, living from ~23—5.3 Ma, existing for approximately 17.7 million years. It evolved from the bear-dog. The genus apparently dispers...
In biological classification, Ballusia is a genus of small bear from the Early Miocene epoch, about 20.5-18 million years ago. Fossil remains attributed to the genus have been uncovered in Europe (Poland) and Asia (Russia, Mongolia, China). The genus Ballusia was established in 1998 o...
In biological classification, Ursoidea is a superfamily of arctoid carnivoran mammals that includes the families Subparictidae, Amphicynodontidae, and Ursidae which the last family includes the extant lineages of bears as well the extinct Hemicyoninae and Ursavinae. The interrelations...
In biological classification, Lutrinae, a subfamily of the weasel family. It is a larger member of the mustelidae family that is adapted to aquatic life.The subfamily Lutrinae is widely distributed and can be found in the waters of Eurasia, Africa and the Americas.Members of the subfa...
In biological classification,Vormela is a genus of mustelid which contains the marbled polecat (Vormela peregusna), and at least one extinct species.Distributed in Russia, Mongolia and northwest my country. The body length is 29 to 38 cm, the tail length is 15 to 22 cm, and the weight...
In biological classification,PoecilogaleDistributed in sub-Saharan Africa.
In biological classification,Lyncodon It is a genus of the carnivorous order Weaselidae.
In biological classification,IctonyxIt is a genus of the carnivorous order Weaselidae.
In biological classification, Galictis (Alias: Grison)A collective name for 2 species of ferret-shaped carnivores found in most areas of Central and South America. Can be domesticated when young. The ear face is wide, the legs are short, the body is slender, 40-50 cm long, the tail is...
In biological classification, Ictonychinae is a subfamily of the mammal family Mustelidae found mainly in the Neotropics (three species) and Africa (three species), with one Eurasian member. It includes the grisons, Patagonian weasel, striped polecats, African striped weasel, and marb...
In biological classification, Pekania is a genus of mustelid that contains a single living species, the fisher (Pekania pennanti). Formerly placed in the genus Martes, it was determined to be distinct enough to be placed within its own genus. A 2013 study also identified several fossi...
In biological classification,Martes (Alias:marten)It is a genus of the carnivorous order Weaselidae. There are 8 species in total, including 2 species in North America and 6 species in Eurasia. The body is slender and the limbs are short. The body length is 40-56 cm, the tail length i...
In biological classification, Guloninae is a subfamily of the mammal family Mustelidae distributed across Eurasia and the Americas. It includes martens and the fisher, tayra and wolverine. These genera were formerly included within a paraphyletic definition of the mustelid subfamily M...
In biological classification,Ferret-badgers are the six species of the genus Melogale, which is the only genus of the monotypic mustelid subfamily Helictidinae.
In biological classification,HelictidinaeIs a subfamily under Mustelidae.
In biological classification,MelesThere is only 1 species, the badger (dog badger, Eurasian badger) Meles meles. Widely distributed in Eurasia and North America in the northern hemisphere.
In biological classification,Arctonyx (Alias:Hog badgers)Refers to the phylum Chordata, the subphylum Vertebrates, the class Mammalia, the subclass Eutheria, the order Carnivora, the suborder Schizopoda, and a genus of the Mustelidae family. There is only one species of Arctonyx, the ...
In biological classification, Subfamily Melinae (badgers) 6 species. Genus Melogale (ferret badgers) 4 species. Genus Meles (Eurasian badger) 1 species. Genus Arctonyx.They are mainly large and sturdy animals with short tails, pointed snouts and keen sense of smell. Badgers have stron...
In biological classification,Mellivora It is a genus of the carnivorous order Weaselidae. The upper and lower body colors are clearly defined, the ventral and side sides are black, and the back is silvery-grey to dark gray. The body is strong, the skin is extremely thick and loose; th...
In biological classification,Mellivorinae, distributed on the African continent and South and Southwest Asia. The honey badger has a thick badger-like body and strong claws that can destroy beehives. It likes to eat honey. Its thick skin and rough hair can resist the attacks of bees. ...
In biological classification,Taxidea is a North American badger similar in appearance to the European badger, although not closely related. It is found in the western, central, and northeastern United States, northern Mexico, and south-central Canada to certain areas of southwestern B...
Ursus Vitabilis
in biology,Ursus Vitabilis, the Cumberland Cave Bear, was an extinct species of bear that lived from 500,000-126,000 BC, or throughout the middle Pleistocene.
Ursus Thibetanus
in biology,The Asian black bear (Ursus thibetanus), also known as the Asiatic black bear, Himalayan Black Bear,moon bear and white-chested bear, It is a carnivorous animal of the family Ursidae. There are 7 subspecies in total. Female body length is 110-150 cm, male body length is 120...
Ursus Spelaeus
in biology,Ursus Spelaeus (Alias:cave bear)It is a kind of bear that lived in the northern part of Eurasia during the Pleistocene Epoch and became extinct during the Ice Age about 20,000 years ago. Because most of its fossils are found in caves, it is named "cave bear". In many famous...
Ursus Savini
in biology, Ursus Savini, also known as the Small Cave Bear, is an extinct species of bear that lived from 2.58 MYA-30,000 BC in Russia. It has three subspecies.
Ursus Sackdillingensis
in biology, Ursus Sackdillingensis, also known as the Sackdillinger Cave Bear, is an extinct species of bear that lived in Sackdillinger Cave in Germany. It was discovered in 1955. It died out in 11,000 BC, or 700 years after the end of the Pleistocene.
Ursus Rossicus
in biology, Ursus Rossicus, also known as the Pleistocene Small Cave Bear, is an extinct bear that died out at the end of the Pleistocene.
Ursus Pyrenaicus
the Ursus Pyrenaicus is an extinct species of the genus Ursus.
Ursus Minimus
in biology, Ursus minimus,also known as the Auvergne bear, evolved from Protursus about 5.3 million years ago and existed for roughly 3.5 million years during the Pliocene. It is an ancestor of all bears of the genus Ursus, and the immediate ancestor of the Etruscan bear. Numerous rem...
Ursus Maritimus
in biology,polar bear (Alias:Ursus maritimus) It is an animal in the family Ursidae and the genus Ursus. It is the largest terrestrial carnivore in the world, also known as the white bear.The polar bear is the largest extant species of bear and land carnivore, with adult males weighin...