Anatomy of a muscle bear

A muscle bear is a small, dark-colored animal with two big muscles.

This is a common feature in the African continent, where the bear is found in abundance.

However, it is not found in North America, where its habitat is limited.

[The best-looking bears of 2018] The African bear’s two big, black legs are similar to those of the black bear, which is found only in South America.

But they have three small black claws on each side.

This trait makes the bear unique among mammals.

The black bear’s body has six muscles, all of which are located in the muscles.

These muscles can be used to lift objects, push the bear’s neck forward or pull it back.

Here are some of the animals that share this trait.

Black bear (Ursus arctos) The black bears are a species of wild African mammal.

They have two different forms of a bear’s feet, called the foot claws, which are used for climbing trees and for digging.

The feet of the African bear have three toes and four toes on each hand.

African bear (Sylvanus hyrax) The African elephant is the only animal that is related to the black bears.

The African black bear (Oryctolagus africanus) is a species that resembles the black elephant.

It has long, thin, dark brownish-black hair that grows out to the upper end of the body.

The fur of the elephant’s feet is very similar to the fur of a black bear.

The brownish brown color of the feet is typical of black bears in Africa.

African elephant (Haliaeetus hannah) The brown coloration of the head and trunk of the giant elephant (elephant elephant) is very characteristic of the species.

It can grow up to 20 feet (6 meters) in length.

The coloration on the trunk and head is black and white.

The trunk of an African elephant may have white or black stripes.

African brown bear (Hyla americana) The color of black and brown bears is unique among animals.

The coat of the animal has a light, black color.

This animal is also called the black-eyed gorilla.

The markings of the tail, legs and forelimbs of an adult African bear are often called the “eyes of a man.”

The male African brown bears, which live in the forests of central Africa, are sometimes called the African men.

A female African brown is about half the size of a male.

The male and female African bears have different sizes, depending on their species and habitat.

African lion (Panthera leo) The lion (Lion tamarinus) lives in South Asia, while the black lion (Lycaon tigris) is found on the continent of Africa.

The two lion species have different body sizes and are found in different parts of Africa and in Asia.

Lion (Loxodonta africana) Lion (Palaetophis leo), a large, wild animal, is found mainly in Central Africa.

It is considered to be the largest of the lions in Africa, with a body length of about 70 feet (21 meters).

Lion (Lycanthys leo, Loxodocus leo or Lion tamarinum) Lion is found primarily in Central and South Africa.

Its body size is about 20 feet.

The lion has six toes and one paw on each foot.

African cheetah (Diceros aethiops) This small, black animal is found mostly in the tropical rainforests of the Central and Southern Africa.

Cheetahs are often mistaken for leopards.

African crocodile (Carcharhinus niloticus) The only living species of crocodile, it lives mainly in the Nile River Valley of South Africa and the Eastern Cape.

It weighs about 70 pounds (23 kilograms) and is about 7 feet (2 meters) long.

It swims in a wide-spreading, diving behavior that involves the use of the front and rear fins.

African wild dog (Canis lupus) A big, long-haired dog is native to South America and the Americas.

It was named the “wolf of Africa” by the Portuguese explorers.

African panther (Canidae) A very large, hairy, and well-built wild dog is found almost everywhere in Africa and Asia.

The panther is native in Asia and the Southern Africa and was named “the lion of Africa.”

African elephant with big feet (Cynodon phalangioides) A male African elephant has four large, black feet on each leg.

The foot claws are long and curved, and they are used to climb trees.

The tail is dark, black, and the head is long.

African hippopotamus (Pachycephalus novaehollandiae) A large, dark, hairy hippopotamuses lives mostly in Central Asia.

It grows to about 1