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1 All about the Grizzly Bear. By Parker Breeze

2 Grizzly bears are omnivores. They eat roots, berries, fungi, fish, small mammals, large insects, moose, deer, sheep, elk, bison, caribou, and black bears.When not hibernating, grizzly bears spend much of their time moving around looking for food. Source: How Do Grizzly Bears Get Food? | eHow.com grizzly-bears-food_.html#ixzz1t3mdFlpwHow Do Grizzly Bears Get Food? | eHow.comhttp://www.ehow.com/about_ _do- grizzly-bears-food_.html#ixzz1t3mdFlpw Picture:http://valeriem.myweb.uga.edu/animals.htmlhttp://valeriem.myweb.uga.edu/animals.html

3 Trophy hunting causes an imbalance between male and female genders.Since older males are primarily sought to be hunted for size.

4 Traveling in 6 or more can reduce chance of bear related injuries. The Mexican Grizzly Bear is extinct. DO NOT RUN! The bear will chase you. you see a bear the best thing you can do is get down on the ground in a ball and cover your head and neck with your hands. Source: Unknown

5 Grizzlies and Black Bears use their claws as an adaptation to hunt, climb and dig. grizzlies also have a very good smell to get to their prey as well as having a hump of muscle on their back for running and digging and a keen sense of smell for tracking prey. Grizzly Bears in particular have specially adapted claws that are longer & have less arch than a black Bear's claws, they are adapted for digging, tearing apart fallen trees & overturning rocks; along with theses unique digging claws the grizzly has a muscular hump that provides tremendous strength & power to its front limbs. Source: bear_uses_to_survive#ixzz1t3ju2ySB bear_uses_to_survive#ixzz1t3ju2ySB

6 Grizzly bear habitat is typically made up by inland terrain far from the coast or any major bodies of water. Grizzly bear habitat will often include forests as well as shrub land. The Brown bear, of which the Grizzly bear is a subspecies, inhabit a wide range of different habitats world wide, including tundra, taiga, desert and dune, savannah and grassland, chaparral, forest, scrub forest and mountain environments. Source:


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