Distribution: China's Guangdong Province, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region and Yunnan Province, South Asia and Southeast Asia.
The body length of the Sun Bears is 100-140 cm, with a 3 7cm tail. They weigh 27-65kg and they are the smallest bears. Living in dense forests, they are good at climbing trees. They don't hibernate in winter and move nimbly. They are solitary animals. The normal lifespan is about 24 years.
As rare animals in China, they arc given first grade national protection.