Subject: why aren't there any bears in africa?
Date: Wed May 5 10:35:29 2004
Posted by corey
Grade level: undergrad
School: richard stockton state college
City: atlantic city State/Province: new jersey
Area of science: Evolution
fossil bears have been found in africa, so they once colonized that continent.
the sahara desert has only been a desert for about 4,000 years so bears could
have easily crossed it in ealier times. Since the reply to the same question i
asked was that bears were never in africa, am i missing something?
Re: why aren't there any bears in africa?
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