Most Dangerous Bears in the world

Grizzly  Bears

Grizzly  Bears

Brown apex predators in N. America, eat roots and berries, sprint up to 30 mph, aggressive when provoked.

Polar  Bears

Polar  Bears

Arctic hypercarnivores, hunt seals, may relocate due to climate change, aggressive toward humans when hungry.

Kamchatka Brown Bear

Kamchatka Brown Bear

Russia's Far East giants, omnivores, may be hostile, targeted by trophy hunters, conflicts due to habitat encroachment.

Sun Bears

Sun Bears

Asia's smallest, nocturnal omnivores, aggressive if threatened, human encroachment leads to conflicts.

American Black Bears

American Black Bears

N. America's common bears, omnivores, less aggressive but dangerous if provoked, rare attacks on humans.

Sloth Bears: 

Sloth Bears: 

S. Asia's insectivores, nocturnal, sharp claws and teeth, not known to eat humans but dangerous if threatened.

Pandas:

Pandas:

China's iconic bamboo eaters, shy but powerful biters when provoked, rare attacks documented in captivity.