How do grizzly bears behave?

Answer 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 »

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Are grizzly bears endangered?

Not all species of grizzly bear are on the endangered species list. The only type of grizzly on the endangered species list is the Mexican grizzly. Other grizzly species are considered threatened, ... Read More »

How fast can grizzly bears run?

Grizzly bears can run as fast as 40 mph, according to the Glacier National Park Travel Guide. It is not suggested to run away from a grizzly bear as this will trigger a bear's attack instinct and t... 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 »

Are there grizzly bears in maine?

Maine's bear population is limited to black bears. Grizzly bears are found in the wild in the northwestern part of North America, including Alaska, and subspecies exist in in parts of Europe, the M... Read More »