They are bears and mammals. it dosent say which group they come from ????
^Whoever wrote that should really look things up before answering. They come from a family called ursine, which is basically the scientific name for the bear family.
Asked in Bears
What phylum do bears have?
A phylum is the second largest way of grouping the animal kingdom. Bears are animals, so they belong in the Kingdom Animalia. Bears are also in a special group called Chordata (pronounced core-data), which is the same group as Humans, Birds, Fish, Mice and Lizards. Chordata is the phylum bears belong to. ...
Asked in Grizzly Bears
Do grizzly bears catch salmon or do brown bears catch salmon?
both Grizzly bears and brown bears are the same species and both catch salmon. Grizzly bears tend to spend more of their time inland than browns (and may be regarded as a separate subspecies). http://www.alaskacruises.com/alaska_bear_viewing.asp Actually Brown bears is a group of bears including brown bears ...
Asked in Grasshoppers
What group of animals does the grasshoppers belong to?
The group of animals that the grasshoppers belong to are the orthoptera. Other insects in this group are locusts, katydids, and crickets. ...
Asked in Koalas
What mammal group do the kangaroo koala bears and possums belong?
There is no such animal as a "koala bear". If there were, then there would be no single answer to this question. Kangaroos, koalas (not bears) and possums all belong to the mammal group known as Marsupials. ...
Asked in Fossils
To which large group of animals do trilobites belong?
Trilobites belong to a large group of animals known as Arachnomorpha under Subphylum Schizoramia of the Phylum Arthropoda. ...