How heavy is a Grizzly Bear?
Approximately 600 lbs. as a male and female is 290 to 440 lbs.
The Grizzly Bears food?
The grizzly is a omnivore and eats plants and animals and hunts by scent, hearing, and sight.
How the Grizzly Bear Adapts?
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 burrowing animals.
Where does the Grizzly Bear live?
Grizzly bears are found many different habitats, from dense forests to sub-alpine meadows, open plains and arctic tundra. In North America, grizzly bears are found in western Canada, Alaska, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho and a potentially a small population in Washington.
Body features that help the Grizzly survive?
The Grizzly Bears fat and hair keeps it warm and the big claw help it kill prey and climb trees for fruits.
Grizzly Bears lifespans?
They can live up to 28 years old
How much can a Grizzly Bears lift?
That is impossible to say because bears do not have hands like we do so it is impossible for them to lift a bench press or something. However, two Grizzlies were observed by Montana State University scientists playing with a 700 pound Trash container, throwing it back and forth like a beach ball"
How do Grizzly Bears find Mates
Female grizzly bear stop breeding in their mid-to late 20s. The typical female may give birth to a maximum of 10 cubs over her lifetime, half of which usually die within a year. Surviving cubs usually remain with the mother for 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 years, during which time the mother will not mate.