What color is the blood of a black bear?

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Well lets see it's a mammal like us humans, so it must have RED blood like us humans!
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What color is blood?

Answer \n. \n. \nIn humans and other hemoglobin-using creatures, oxygenated blood is bright red. This is due to oxygenated iron in the red blood cells. Deoxygenated blood is a darker shade of red, which can be seen during blood donation and when venous blood samples are taken. However, due to an optical effect caused by the way in which light penetrates through the skin, veins typically appear blue in color. This has led to a common misconception that venous blood is blue before it is exposed to air. Another reason for this misconception is that medical charts always show venous blood as blue in order to distinguish it from arterial blood which is depicted as red on the same chart.\n. \nThe blood of horseshoe crabs is blue, which is a result of its high content in copper-based hemocyanin instead of the iron-based hemoglobin found, for example, in humans.

What is the color of blood?

Blood with oxygen is bright red. Blood without oxygen is dark red or maroon. It is a common misbelief that blood or veins are blue. Neither of them are never blue (see the link provided). Veins do seem blue through the skin, but it is related to how different wavelengths of light reflect and how brain processes information.

What color is a black bear?

A black bear is black emphasis on the Black in its name Black bears can also be brown, cinnamon, blond, and white. They can also be dark brown with a cinnamon nose. black and it could possibly be darkish brown

Are black bears black?

Not always, they can come in a variety of colors such as cinnamon, blonde, or white

What color is the blood?

The blood is always red, some people say that the color is blueuntil it hit oxygen but NO. The blood is flow through your bodyred. Have you ever looked at the sun and put you hands over yourface, the color is Red.

Do black bears eat other bears?

Black bears are not known to eat other species of bears, or to be cannibalistic in nature. Here is a detailed outline of their diet: "Black bears are omnivores whose diet includes plants, meat, and insects. Their diet typically consists of about 10-15% animal matter." --Wikipedia For more information, please see the related link below this answer:

Are black bears always black?

No (like most creatures they can suffer from Albinism) Answer Black Bears come in a variety of colors. Black, Cinnamon (brown), White (not albino, though they do come in albino as well), and Blonde.

Are black bear always black?

No If you have ever heard of "spirit bears" they are "White" Black bears. & they may be brown.

What color are black bears?

Most black bears are mostly black with brown around the muzzle and may have a patch of white fur on the chest. Some black bears may have brown, blonde, or even white fur.

What species of bears are related to the Black bear?

The polar bear, grizzly bear, sun bear, spirit bear panda bear and the brown bear are related to the black bear. Even though the koala bear has the word Bear in it, it isn't related to the black bear.

Why is blood black?

blood is very dark red in color when it is very deoxygenated. Black blood would be from a Klingon

What is bigger a black bear or a polar bear?

Polar Bear. Black bears are only 1m to the shoulder and Polar bears are up to 1.5 and 2m long.

What colors are bears?

Answer: They are brown,black,white,and sometimes a light yellowish color. Answer: Bears come in the following popular colours! White: Polar bears White and black: Panda Bears Brown and White: Spectacled bears Light Brown: Grizzly, Kodiak, Honey Bears Dark Brown: Brown Bears, Black Bears Blonde: Grizzly, Kodiak Reddish: Grizzly, Kodiak, Brown bears Black: North American and European Black Bears Green: Some polar bears pick up algae in their fur that turns them green

Do black bears kill grizzly bears?

No. A grizzly bear is more likely to kill a black bear if they cross paths than a black bear killing a grizzly. A male black bear may kill young grizzly cubs if he comes across them, and the same if a grizzly comes across black bear cubs, but a black bear is no match to a grizzly.

Is a black bear really black?

70% are black while the remaining are blond, cinnamon, light brown to dark chocolate brown, with many intermediate variations existing.

What color aer black bears?

Well, the name is almost self-explanatory. Black bears appear to be black or a very dark brown.

What are more black bears or brown bears?

There are more black bears than brown bears. The black bear is one of the most widely spread bear species in the world.

Why are bears black?

i would assume it would have to do with a bear's adaptations and the pigment in it's skin, or something like that...

Do black bears eat grizzly bears?

Black bears only eat dead or injured grizzly bears that they rarely find, but black bears usually eat unguarded grizzly bear cubs.

What colors can black bears be?

black bears can be black-black, blue-black, cinnamon, brown, or very rarely they can be albino (white)

What kinds of colors are the black bear?

Most are black, but in the western part of their range many are brown. There is a white and a slate blue color races found in the Northwest. There is a brownish, blond color variation of black bear sometimes referred to as a "cinnamon colored bear", still a black bear

Why are Black bears called Black bears?

The first biologist to conduct a survey of animals in North America (1700s) saw only individuals with black coats (almost all bears east of the Mississippi have black coats) so he named them 'Black bears'. Only much later did the investigations in the western regions reveal bears of the same species that were brown, blond, cinnamon, bluish, or even white! The last two ARE uncommon and are found along Alaska's coastline as well as coastal British Columbia, Canada. That is why they were the last to be reported.

Why are black bears black?

They evolved the dark coat to conceal them in their nocturnal wanderings. Some black bears are not black. In some western areas, brown or "cinnamon" colored black bears are found, and British Columbia has the Kermode bear, a black bear whose population has around 10% of it's population being white or cream colored. The Glacier bear, of southern Alaska, has a blue gray color to its coat.

What do black bears and grizzly bears have in common?

Black bears and Grizzly bears are both bears, they hibernate, are omnivores and live in forests.

What color is you blood?

The color of blood is red, due to the high amount of red blood cells, which constitute a large majority of the make up of blood. The red blood cells themselves gain their color from the hemoglobin molecule, which is what allows the red blood cells to transport oxygen and carbon dioxide around the blood. Specifically it is the iron molecule, with its affinity for oxygen that allows not only the blood to transport this oxygen, but also gives it the red-ish hue. If you notice rust, which is iron-oxide (both of which are found in the hemoglobin molecule) is also the same redish color.

Why do you have black blood?

If your blood apears black or very dark and is from a vain , means: you have too much iron dafinancy. watch how many vitamens and what kind you may be taking if any.

What is the name of the rate white or cream colored sub-species of black bear?

That isn't a subspecies. Black bears differ in color. Most are black, but some are brown, and a few are cream colored. For the most part, these differences can exist between individuals of the same subspecies (although the subspecies Ursus Americanus Cinnamomum is known for being reddish brown), but non-black individuals are more prevalent in certain geographic areas. Cream colored bears are mostly found in the northwestern United States, though not by the coast.

What is the same about a grizzly bear and a black bear?

They generally range in the same area and feed the same ways (in general, in the area I live) The differences are subtle

Is a black bear the same as a koala bear?

No. Black Bears are proper bears that live in North America,Europe, and Asia. Koalas are marsupials (not proper bears) and liveexclusively in Australia.

What do you do when your blood is black?

If you have black blood from your period that is normal if it comes out when your not on your period than go to your doctor and get checked.

Is the grizzly bear superior to the black bear?

To answer this question, you have to consider which is the better fighter or the most likely to survive. The best fighter is the grizzly bear. It even has an extra back muscle on its back that helps it to dig better, to run faster, and to fight better, but the black bear is going to outlast the grizzly because it is stealthier, and it avoids humans, so that it does not get shot.

Can a brown bear eat a black bear?

Yes. A brown bear, especially a grizzly bear, would kill and eat a black bear.

Is polar bear related to the black bear?

All members of Ursidae are related at least distantly, but the polar bear's nearest relative is the brown bear.

Which blood vessel has blood color?

All vessels containing blood would have red blood; in arteries and in veins and smaller vessels. The blue appearance of veins is an optical illusion that comes from the way light works on skin. The veins look blue because they are closer to the surface, if arteries were not as deep, they would look blue, too. It has nothing to do with oxygenation of blood in arteries and all to do with the properties of light and skin.

Can you breed a polar bear and black bear?

You can breed a polar bear and a brown bear and get a fertile offspring. You can not breed black bears and polar bears successfully.

Are black bears the biggest bear of them all?

no,grizzly bears are the biggest of them all. it is the largest bear ever recorded in the world.

Is 'Smokey Bear' a Black Bear?

Smokey is a cartoon character, of course, but the living symbol of Smokey Bear was in fact an orphaned American Black bear (Ursus americanus) cub found in 1950 as a result of the devastating springtime Capitan Gap wildfire in the Lincoln National Forest near Taos, New Mexico. Originally named 'Hotfoot Teddy', he was soon hustled off to the National Zoo (with a name-change) in Washington, DC, where he became so popular that the US Postal Service gave him his own ZIP Code! (20252) After a lifetime of public service regarding the protection of his forest friends' homes, his remains were buried at the Lincoln National Forest. Black bears in the eastern US are indeed black, and the black-colored coat seems to predominate in moist areas. But in the central part of the country they begin to lighten up to shades of brown, even cinnamon-colored, blond, and white. Only fifty percent of Black bears in the Rocky Mountains are black. A blue-tinged variant occurs along coastal Alaska and British Columbia, Canada. Please see the 'Kermode bear' link below regarding the white-colored 'Spirit' black bear, Ursus americanus kermodei . Please see the related link about Smokey Bear, too!

Do black bears change color?

They don't change color as time goes by, by black bear's hues include blonde, red, brown, and black. They may lighten if they're constantly put in sunlight, but nothing has happened to prove this so far.

Is a black bear prey to a brown bear?

Yes. Brown bears, like Grizzly Bears especially, often kill and eat adult or young black bears whenever they meet each other.

Does a black bear have any protective markings or colorings that help it to be protected against predators?

Bears do not have or need such markings; they are large, powerful animals, and any prospective predators can easily see how large a bear is.

What colors attract black bears?

Specific colors attract bears no more then specific colors attract us. Even the whole "bulls go crazy when they see red" is false

What does the grizzly bear do to the black bear?

Grizzly bears never come into contact with black bears so the question is invalid. -------------- Of course grizzly bears come in contact with black bears. Grizzlies tend to inhabit more open areas, and black bears tends towards forested areas, but their ranges do overlap. Black bears evolved in the presence of grizzly bears due to their ability to climb trees, and their tendency to stay near mature forest trees. Black bears become more vulnerable to grizzly attacks when they venture too far into open grizzly territory, or when grizzlies explore black bear areas looking for food. This could occur after a forest fire creates an explosion of high calorie, ground cover and brush, for example. Grizzly predation on black bears occurred in Yellowstone Park at a number of sites: Hoodoo creek, Dave Adams Hill, Grizzly Overlook, and Pilgrim Creek. They took place from 1990 to 2005, indicating this is normal behaviour. The Grizzly Overlook attack is documented at http://www.nps.gov/yell/naturescience/upload/predation.pdf. There you will also find references to other incidents.

Can a teddy bear hamster and a black bear?

If you mean breed, I wouldn't risk it. Its really dangerous to make hybrid hamsters. It could cause many serious genetic problems. If you mean live together... I dont think you should. hamsters are solitary animals, but if you get a big enough cage ,then, maybe it depends on temperment an sex of the hamster. You should never cage two males together.

What is the same about a black bear and a grizzly bear?

Both are bears, have similar diets, and both sleep through the winter. Both are large, powerful carnivores, but are not closely related.

What colors does the blood have?

Blood with oxygen is bright red. Blood without oxygen is dark red or maroon. It is a common misbelief that blood or veins are blue. Neither of them are never blue (see the link provided). Veins do seem blue through the skin, but it is related to how different wavelengths of light reflect and how brain processes information.

Where do grizzly bears and black bears live?

Bears are endemic to the northern hemisphere. Grizzly bears share space with black bears, but grizzlies are more likely to be found in the mountains of Canada and the far northern US, i.e. Montana, N. Idaho, N. Washington.

Where are black bears from?

Black bears are found pretty well all over North America, South America, Europe, and Asia.

What is a black bear color?

Black bears commonly come in black, but they can also be a cinnamon colour. Very rarely will there be a white black bear--an albino black bear. "Spirit" bears found along the coast of British Columbia are black bears but white in colouration, however they are not albino.

What color is are blood?

oxygenated blood is a bright red (in arteries), deoxygenated blood is a dull brick red (in veins).

Is the black bear stronger then a polar bear?

Black bears are much smaller than polar bears. Hence, polar bears are far stronger than black bears. The only bear that could rival a polar bear is the Kodiac bear, a subspecies of brown bear.