Range and description. The Atlas bear was Africa’s only native bear species that survived into modern times. Once inhabiting the Atlas Mountains and neighbouring areas, from Morocco to Libya, the animal is now thought to be extinct.
Could a grizzly bear survive in Africa?
it’s very unlikely in most parts of the continent , however , a small population might be able to hold foot in the Atlas Mountains – Wikipedia , the Atlas bear – Wikipedia made it before going extinct do to excessive hunting , i see no reason they wouldn’t be able to do it again (if left in peace by humans . )
Would a polar bear survive in Africa?
Despite being life-long partners, they did not breed because females must be in temperatures below 20 degrees Celsius for a minimum of 30 days. In the wild, polar bears live for about 18 years and tip the scales at 400kg (880 lbs). … “It is not appropriate to have polar bears in captivity in Africa.”