Some adaptations for the grizzly bear are long, powerful claws, keen sense of smell and hibernating through the winter. Grizzly bears in the wild can live up to 30 years. More »

A grizzly bear is adapted to its environment with its sharp claws, its build and its ability to hibernate. The grizzly uses its claws to as a striking force and to hunt for supper, which is made up of both plants and bur... More »

Grizzly bears typically live in forests, woodlands and prairies. They thrive in parts of the United States such as the Rocky Mountains in Yellowstone National Park and Glacier National Park, the alpine meadows and mounta... More »

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The main differences between a black bear and a grizzly bear are in the size of the shoulders, the shape of the face and the length of the claws. Grizzly bears have a distinct shoulder hump that black bears don't have. G... More »

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According to PBS, when an average grizzly bear is on all fours, it is about 3.5 feet in height. However, when it rears up on its hind legs, a grizzly can stand between 6 and 7 feet tall. More »

A grizzly bear is adapted to its environment with its sharp claws, its build and its ability to hibernate. The grizzly uses its claws to as a striking force and to hunt for supper, which is made up of both plants and bur... More »

Although the largest subspecies of gorilla, the mountain gorilla, has incredible physical strength, a powerful bite and the use of hands, it would have little chance against a grizzly bear in a hypothetical confrontation... More »