Kukalaka, Julian Bashir's teddy bear

Deanna's teddy bear

Deanna Troi's teddy bear

A teddy bear was a stuffed toy created in the shape of a bear, an Earth animal.

In 1986, a teddy bear was among the items for sale at Feinberg's Loan and Pawn. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

In 1996, the belongings of a homeless captain Braxton, which he kept in a pushcart, included a brown teddy bear. (VOY: "Future's End")

In 2267, after Spock's mother Amanda Grayson described a pet sehlat from his childhood as having been "like a fat teddy bear" (much to the delight of Dr. McCoy), Spock observed that these Vulcan "teddy bears" are alive and have six-inch fangs. (TOS: "Journey to Babel")

In 2367, a teddy bear was replicated for a young child in USS Enterprise-D's replicating center while Data and Worf discussed gifts for Miles and Keiko's impending wedding. (TNG: "Data's Day")

In 2368, Deanna Troi received a box of personal things of her father Ian Andrew Troi's ancestors from her mother Lwaxana Troi including a teddy bear. (TNG: "The Outcast")

A young girl living aboard the USS Enterprise-D around the time of its destruction in 2371 carried a teddy bear. Along with several other children, she was separated from her parents, requiring Lieutenant Commander Geordi La Forge to carry her to a safer part of the saucer section. The teddy bear was dropped in the scramble and presumably destroyed when the secondary hull exploded. (Star Trek Generations)

Julian Bashir had a teddy bear, called Kukalaka, which was his most prized childhood possession. He kept it in his possession into adulthood. (DS9: "The Quickening", "In the Cards", "Inquisition")

In 2372, The Doctor gave a white teddy bear as a gift to Danara Pel, while they were dating on the holodeck of the USS Voyager. (VOY: "Lifesigns")

One of the baby toys for Chief Miles O'Brien's son, Kirayoshi, was a teddy bear. (DS9: "Business as Usual")

In 2374, Harry Kim suggested that Tom Paris replicate a teddy bear to comfort him when nearly the entire crew went into stasis during Voyager's trip through a Mutara class nebula. (VOY: "One")

Teddy Bears were named for Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt, who was also referenced in canon.
The script of "The Passenger" describes Lieutenant George Primmin as having "a passing resemblance to a teddy bear".

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