Gallery description : grizzly bear

Grizzly Bear (ursus arctos horriblis) is a mammal type animal. It usually inhabits forest and mountainous regions. The animal weights about 160kg - 225kg (353lbs - 500lbs) and average life span is 15 - 25 years. Human, cougars are the dangerous creatures for grizzly bears. Look up the table below for more information.

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Facts about grizzly bears
NameGrizzly Bear
HabitatForest and mountainous regions
DietOmnivore
Conservation StatusEndangered
Average Litter Size2
ColourDark brown, black
Top Speed56km/h (35mph)
Main PreySalmon, fruit, fish
Weight160kg - 225kg (353lbs - 500lbs)
GenusUrsus
TypeMammal
PredatorsHuman, cougars
FamilyUrsidae
Life Span15 - 25 years
ClassMammalia
LifestyleSolitary
OrderCarnivora
Scientific NameUrsus arctos horriblis
Distinctive FeaturesStrong, powerful shoulders and enormous claws
KingdomAnimalia
Size (H)2.1m - 3m (7ft - 10ft)
PhylumChordata
Skin TypeFur
Image Details
Description Grizzly bear. Description Grizzly bear at Wild Animal Sanctuary.jpg
Width 2168 pixels
Heigh 2350 pixels
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