The grizzly bear is a magnificent and powerful mammal native to North America. Known for its imposing size and distinctive shoulder hump (a mass of muscles that aids in digging and foraging) the grizzly is an iconic symbol of the wild. Grizzly bears are omnivores, with a diet that varies seasonally. They consume plants such as berries, roots, and grasses, as well as fish, small mammals, and carrion. These bears are known for their remarkable fishing skills, often seen standing in rivers to catch salmon during their spawning runs.
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- Greatest Length 99.1 cm (39 in.)
- Greatest Width 83.8 cm (33 in.)