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 »

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 »

Adult female grizzly bears can weigh from 200 to 450 pounds, while the adult male of the species weighs anywhere from 300 to 850 pounds. The largest documented grizzly on record weighed 1,200 pounds and stood 10 feet tal... More »

The brown bear eats shoots and grass in the spring, apples and berries in summer, and plums and nuts in the fall. The diet of the brown bear is omnivorous and consists of a seasonal diet based on whatever is available at... More »

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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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 »