Do grizzly bears hibernate?

Answer Grizzly bears, or "Ursus arctos horribilis" do hibernate. A subspecies of the brown bear, grizzly bears typically dig deep holes for dens in late fall or early winter. By slowing their metabolism a... Read More »

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How do grizzly bears behave?

The grizzly bear, or Ursus Arctos Horribilis, is a subspecies of the coastal brown bear and gets its name from the grayish, or grizzled, fur tips. Descriptions on behavior include living habits (su... Read More »

Why are grizzly bears hunted?

The large, strong grizzly bear is found in forests, mountains, valleys and near rivers in Canada, Alaska and in reserves in some Northwest American states. Grizzly bears are hunted primarily as gam... Read More »

How tall are grizzly bears?

Full-grown grizzly bears are between 5 and 8 feet tall (1½ to 2½ meters) and weigh about 800 pounds. (363 kg). Although they're quite large, they're also quite fast, reaching speeds up to 30 mile... Read More »

How fast do grizzly bears run?

The grizzly bear is a subspecies of the brown bear and weighs about 700 pounds fully grown. For its size, it can run fairly fast. Grizzlies have been clocked at 40 miles per hour.Source:National Wi... Read More »