|Named By:||Pilgrim in 1913|
|Location:||Across Africa, Asia, Europe and North America|
|Fossil(s):||Remains of multiple individuals|
|Classification:||| Chordata | Mammalia | Carnivora | Ursidae ||
Indarctos is a genus of mammals of the bear family, Ursidae, endemic to North America, Europe and Asia during the Miocene. It was present from ~11.1 to 5.3 Ma, existing for approximately 6.2 million years.
The oldest member is from Arizona (~11.1--7.7 Ma) and youngest is (~9.0--5.3 Ma) from Kazakhstan. In North America this animal was contemporary with Plionarctos (~10.3--3.3 Ma).