Bears eat plants, insects, fish and other animals. Although they're often thought of as carnivores and are even part of the Carnivora order, bears are actually opportunistic omnivores, meaning they subsist on both plant ... More »

According to the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, black bears have very few predators besides humans. Bear cubs are preyed upon by cougars, bobcats and coyotes, but no animals eat adult bears. More »

According to Wildscreen Arkive, sun bears are omnivores that consume a wide variety of foods, including termites, ants, beetle larvae, honey, rodents, birds, lizards and fruit. However, as the smallest and least studied ... More »

Although they belong to the Carnivora order, bears are technically omnivores, as many subsist on plant matter in addition to other animals, insects and fish. Vegetation makes up as much as 90 percent of a bear's diet. More »

Grizzly bears have an omnivorous diet that consists of fungi, berries, seeds, roots, grass, fish and larger game like elk and deer and will also consume dead animals. Grizzly bears will fish for salmon if possible and wi... More »

Spirit bears, which are North American black bears with recessive genes that turn some bears white, eat mainly vegetation such as grasses, fruit, berries and nuts, as well as the shoots and buds from trees and other plan... More »

Unlike many animals, bears do not have tails. In the place of a tail, a bear has a flap of skin on its backside. More »