Bear Skulls

Bears (ursidae) appear in the fossil record during the middle Oligocene and are part of the suborder Caniformia (doglike carnivoran). They are hypocarnivores, meaning they are not strictly meat-eating. This is reflected in their dentition; large canines, large flat molars and poorly developed carnassial teeth. Features of the bear skull include reduced sagittal crests and heavy zygomata, a characteristic of omnivores.

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