Worksheets: Grizzly Bear Facts

Grizzly Bear Facts

The grizzly bear once roamed across most of North America; now its habitat has shrunk to the northwest. Discover more about the grizzly with this worksheet.

Threatening grizzly bear, Alaska

Grizzly bear in its natural habitat; not a teddy bear or to be cuddled

Anatomy of the Grizzly bear

Fast Facts: Grizzly bearSpecies name: Ursus arctos horribilus Average weight: 250 – 350 kg – 175 kg (female)Life expectancy: 15 – 20 yearsDid you know?The grizzly bear is the second largest land carnivore in North America.

Brown Bear chillin' in the forest

Brown Bear - I just want to sit on the rock with him and split a jar of peanut butter

Grizzly Bear Cub - So Cute..!

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An important group of grizzly bears is in danger of disappearing forever because of human activity in their habitat. Urge the government to enact federal protections for these imperiled bears before it's too late.

31 Pictures of Bears: Polar Bears, Panda Bears, Black Bears, Brown Bears, Grizzly Bears.

~~Harpy Eagle (Harpia harpyja) by Ricardo Kuehn~~

~~Harpy Eagle (Harpia harpyja) by Ricardo Kuehn~~ He looks like a medieval Knight in a cloak. This magnificent bird is listed as Near Threatened and is affected by habitat loss throughout its range.

The current rate of extinction is greater than at any other time since the dinosaurs disappeared.

21 endangered animals you should see before they’re gone

The Bear – Amazing Pictures - Amazing Travel Pictures with Maps for All Around…

Grolar bears  The offspring of a grizzly bear and a polar bear, a grolar bear is one beast you don't want to meet in the woods. Interestingly, unlike many hybrid animals on this list, grolar bears are known to occur naturally in the wild. Some experts predict that polar bears may be driven to breed with grizzly bears at an increased frequency due to global warming, and the fact that polar bears are being forced from their natural habitats on the polar ice.

11 amazing hybrid animals

Grolar bears The offspring of a grizzly bear and a polar bear, a grolar bear is one beast you don't want to meet in the woods. Interestingly, unlike many hybrid animals on this list, grolar bears are known to occur naturally in the wild

Grizzly Bear Facts - Animal Facts Encyclopedia

Grizzly Bear Facts

Grizzly bear facts, photos and videos Powered by the massive muscles in the grizzlies shoulder hump, one paw swipe from a grizzly can kill an animal as large as a moose

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