The length of a bear’s claw is normally dependent on the type of bear; for example, the North American Black Bear has claws that measure 1 1/4 inches long, while the polar bear is said to have claws that are 3 1/2 inches long. Claw sizes range simply because bears vary in size, dependent on their species type.
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The claw size of a bear depends on the species of the bear. Black bears, sun bears, spectacled bears, and sloth bears have claws about 4 inches long at most. Grizzly bears, brown bears, and polar bears have claws about 6 inches long.
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