About Grizzly Bear
The Grizzly Bear is one of the largest brown bears in the world. Other members of the brown bear family include the Alaskan brown bear (Kodiak), the American brown bear, and the brown bears of Europe and Asia. Grizzlies can stand more than 10 ft (3m) high on their hind legs.
Grizzly bears live mainly in forests, and will eat almost anything, including fruit, deer and fish, and have even been witnessed killing other bears.
The Grizzly Bears that live in cold climates will hibernate during the winter in underground dens.
Female grizzly bears give birth in late winter to two to four cubs. The cubs will stay with their mother for at least a year.