Dark and light brown colored. The flimsy eco-system of the Gobi desert is being threatened by the advance of the human activities. Past estimates of a population size of 20‐50 Gobi bears were based on direct observations and assessment of Gobi bear use … The rare Gobi Bear “Mazaalai” is a subspecies of the Brown Bear lives on the harshest places on Earth. The distantly related Himalayan Blue Bear itself is the likely source of the legend of the Yeti, an opinion solidified when Sir Hillary’s expedition in 1960 came back with fur they said came from the Yeti and tests proved it … Mazaalai is the only desert dwelling bear, living in the Gobi desert of Mongolia. The Gobi bear (Ursus arctos gobiensis; known in Mongolian as the Mazalaai (Мазаалай), is a subspecies of the brown bear (Ursus arctos) that is found in the Gobi Desert of Mongolia.It is listed as critically endangered by the Mongolian Redbook of Endangered Species and by the Zoological Society of London. The Mazaalai is the only bear in the world that lives in the Gobi Desert and is found only in the Mongolian Gobi. Mongolians refer to Gobi bears as Mazaalai and believe that they are separate species from brown bear. The latest Tweets from GOBI BEAR /MAZAALAI/ (@MMunkhbaatar). They are also accidentally… It is in the list of critically endangered species by the Zoological Society of London. With less than thirty living individuals, the Gobi bear is on the brink of extinction. Though perilously low, mazaalai numbers seem to have stayed fairly stable since the end of the 1970s. The former Minister of Environment and Green Development Mr. Tsogtbaatar D. stated at the press conference that “fundraising from international community is an important step toward protection of Mazaalai”. Recently, D. Badamsambuu, of U.S. Embassy Ulaanbaatar’s Public Affairs Section, sat down with Mr. Chadwick and Mr. Reynolds to get the “bear” essentials on Mazaalai, a.k.a. The population fluctuates from year to year due to the harsh climate and shortage of food and water.
Уран зураг, баримал сонирхогч, мазаалайчин, өөдрөг нэгэн, буцах хаягтай, буух эзэнтэйг нь дагана.

Gobi Bear (Mazaalai) Ursus arctos One of the Earth's most endangered animals, the total population is estimated at approximately 50 wild Gobi Bear surviving in the hilly, rocky areas of the Gobi Desert. An ordinary bear with teeth as worn as his would be judged 20 years old, but Gobi bears can’t avoid grinding sand and gravel along with their meals. Mongolian Gobi Bear (Mazaalai) Body length 150-195 cm Body height: 63-92 cm Tale length: 6, 2-7 cm Body weight: 100-180 kg Appearance: The mazaalai is smaller than brown bear. Gobi Bear is found in Gobi Desert of Mongolia. Ulaanbaatar the Gobi bear. The Gobi bear (Ursus arctos gobiensis) is much smaller than its cousins, the brown bears. With less than thirty living individuals, the Gobi bear is on the brink of extinction.