G-Letter-G.jpg is for Grizzly Bear

Also known as the silvertip bear, is North America's second largest land carnivore, behind the polar bear. The size depends on location, inland grizzly bears weight around 300 pounds, and the largest grizzly bears are found in coastal areas as much as 1200 pounds. Female grizzly bears have anywhere between 1 and 4 cubs every two years, usually two. Female grizzly bears are extremely protective of there young and will fight of anyone that comes near her cubs. Grizzly bears are known to prey on salmon, trout, bass, moose, deer, sheep, elk, bison, caribou and even black bears. Found in Canada, Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Washington, and Wyoming.




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Grizzly Bear Walking Down A Road


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Grizzly Bear Roaring
Grizzly Bear Walking
Grizzly Bear Eating Salmon
Grizzly Bear Cubs
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By, Jake