Grizzly bears are only found in North America and are a subspecies of the brown bear. The only times grizzly bears are seen together are when mothers are with their cubs and when groups of grizzlies gather in the summer ... More »

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The brown bear, Ursus arctos, has the widest range of any bear species. It lives in northern North American, Europe and Asia. Its subspecies include the grizzly bear, the Eurasian brown bear and the largest of all, the K... More »

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The scientific name for the grizzly bear is Ursus arctos horribilis. The grizzly was classified and named in 1815 and is inclusive of any North American subspecies of the brown bear. More »

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Grizzly bears live in Asia, Russia, Europe, North America and Scandinavia. They live in habitats such as alpine meadows, woodlands, prairies and forests, preferring riparian areas that are close to streams and rivers. More »

Grizzly bears have an omnivorous diet that consists of fungi, berries, seeds, roots, grass, fish and larger game like elk and deer and will also consume dead animals. Grizzly bears will fish for salmon if possible and wi... More »

Grizzly bears are uniquely adapted to live in harsh, cold environments such as Alaska, the Rocky Mountains and Siberia. They survive the changing seasons by consuming massive amounts of food in the warmer, summer months.... More »

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Grizzly bears protect themselves with their sheer strength and massive paws. They are also fast runners that can sprint up 35 miles per hour. They also swim quickly and can swim away from danger. More »